In September, Washington Apple Pi will host Apple, and hear about recently released hardware and software. In addition to strengthened security in the 64-bit-enforced macOS Catalina, and the ability to use an iPad with iPadOS as if it were a second screen on a Mac, and new health care features in watchOS, and new features in tvOS that your cable provider will hate, we are also holding out hope for the one thing we're really waiting for on our iPhones and Apple Watches: a transporter feature. Please, please? This meeting will be at Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, 9601 Cedar Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814.
The Pi has posted a massive library of Washington Apple Pi Journal issues from 1979 to 2016, with thousands of pages of information on everything from Apple II interrupts to adding ringtones to an iPhone. If you have any of these issues and wouldn't mind giving them to us so that we could scan and post them, please write to email@example.com.
A video review of the 2018 General Meeting presentations in (slightly more than) 20 minutes.
Also, check out this terrifying video on electronic mail, with our Email Compendium, Volume 1. This contains lots of snippets from the General Meeting podcasts, focusing on the subject that brought the most fear and horror to the Q&A session moderators.
Apple has issued January 2019 security patches for the following:
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