SVMUG Monthly Meeting, Nov 15, 2021; Dave Ginsburg - iOS 15 & iPadOS 15 - Standout New Features & Tips

Hello, svmug members & friends!

The Silicon Valley Macintosh User Group (svmug) upcoming virtual meeting is Monday, November 15, 2021, at 7:00 PM Pacific Time. Virtual doors will open at 6:30 PM, so feel free to arrive early and socialize a bit before the meeting’s official part begins at 7:00 PM. As always, our meetings are open to the public and free to attend.


MEETING LOCATION LINK: Virtual Meeting Place:  Online via WebEx

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Virtual Doors open at 6:30 PM - on the third Monday of the month.

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MEETING TOPIC & DESCRIPTION:  iOS 15 & iPadOS 15 - Standout New Features and Tips

Join us as Dave talks about the latest version of iOS. He’ll point out some differences between the OS for the iPhone and iPad, provide some tips, and highlight new features.


Dave is an IT professional who supports Apple and Microsoft products and shares his wealth of knowledge of iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. He hosts his weekly podcast, In Touch with iOS, where he and his guests discuss topics including iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and related technologies. He is a regular weekly guest on the podcast: MacVoices Live and The Mac Show on the British Tech Network.



Twitter: @daveg65



6:30 PM - Virtual Doors open. Come early and socialize

7:00 PM - Introduction

7:05 PM - News

7:30 PM - Presentation by Dave Ginsburg - iOS 15 & iPadOS 15

8:30 PM - Q&A, with questions live!

8:45 PM - Raffle and end of the meeting



Upcoming Meetings:

Oct 18 — Wally Cherwinski -- iPhone video tips

Nov 15 — David Ginsberg -- Looking at iOS 15

Dec 20 — TBD


Jan 17 — Mike Potter - Part 2, Hidden Gems of Mac OS II

Feb 21 — David Sparks - Topic TBD

NOTE: As of this moment, March onward is open.


Jan 18 — Jim Dalrymple - Apple TV and HomePods        

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Feb 15 — Robert Brown - A Spotlight on Spotlight

  (no video available)

Mar 15 — Joe Kissell - Take Control of Your Digital Legacy

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Apr 19 — Mike Potter - Hidden Gems of Mac OS

  MISSED IT? Watch it here:

May 17 — Mike Schmitz - Obsidian

  MISSED IT? Watch it here:

Jun 21 — Chuck Joiner of MacVoices - WWDC reactions

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July 19 — Tony Knight - Preserving Your Digital Data

  MISSED IT? Watch it here:

Aug 16 — Allison Sheridan - XKPASSED

  MISSED IT? Watch it here:

Sep 20 — Jan Piotrowski - Brave Browser

  MISSED IT? (We don’t have permission yet to publish this video)

Oct 18 — Wally Cherwinski - Tips and Tools for iPhone Photos and Video

  MISSED IT? Watch it here:


MEETING LOCATION INFO: Virtual Meeting Place:  Online via WebEx

This meeting is held using WebEx.

Virtual Doors open at 6:30 PM - on the third Monday of the month.

Between 6:30 - 7:00 PM (Pacific), use the link to join us.

You can join the meeting using either a web browser or the WebEx client for Mac, iPhone, iPad, PC, or Android. You may wish to join using the meeting link a few minutes before the formal meeting begins at 7 PM so that you can download the browser plugins or the standalone WebEx Client, if necessary. The WebEx client is available from the site for Mac and in the Apple App Store for iOS devices.

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