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September 22, 2018 General Meeting: Apple Update, Fall 2018

Washington Apple Pi will explore Apple's advances in educational technology, plus a whole host of new hardware and software (some of it possibly revealed on September 12), at the General Meeting in Maryland. The location of the General Meeting is a closely guarded secret, but it is in Bethesda and, based on a secret photo smuggled out in an encrypted iPhone, it looks like a classroom. Stay tuned.

August 18 Clubhouse Saturday - canceled

The August Clubhouse Saturday event has been canceled.

Election results

The Washington Apple Pi Board of Directors has certified the 2018 election. 

The 2018-2019 Board:

  • Jonathan Bernstein
  • Bruce Brown
  • Jay Castillo
  • Mary Dodd
  • Neil Ferguson
  • Gabe Goldberg
  • Ken Goldman
  • Larry Kerschberg
  • Diana King
  • Richard Orlin
  • Brent Malcolm
  • Jed Sorokin-Altman
  • Raju Tonapi
  • Roy Wagner

Returning Pi Officers:

President:  Jonathan Bernstein
Secretary:  Diana King
Treasurer:  Raju Tonapi

Congratulations!

New Apple security updates

Apple has a permanent security update page located at https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201222

Recent updates of note include: an update to Safari for OS X 10.11 though 10.13, Security Update 2018-001 for macOS 10.13, and iOS 11.3.1 for iPhones and iPads.

While Apple has a strong reputation for robust security, users are strongly encouraged to install all security updates as soon as they become available, for every device they have that connects to the Internet. In addition to Macs and iOS devices, this includes Apple TVs, HomePods, Apple Watches -- if it connects to the Internet, update it.

Public service announcement: 40 Years of Pi!


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