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Special Offer – MacCleanse 8 Software: 20% Discount

MacCleanse is a powerful application from Koingo Software which is geared towards purifying your system and reclaiming hard disk space. In only seconds, it can perform over fifty tasks which could take hours to perform manually. Safely uninstall applications, slim Universal Binaries, wipe unused language files, erase caches, empty logs, clear cookies, delete web histories, locate unused and old files and more. MacCleanse won’t miss a thing and could reclaim hundreds of megabytes, if not gigabytes, of storage. Learn more at http://www.koingosw.com/products/maccleanse/.

While MacCleanse is regularly $79.00 (US) for an individual app, Apple user group members can use the coupon code at checkout to save 20% off the lifetime license. This means upgrades are free for life with no upgrade charges ever again. The coupon is also valid for 20% off the alternative of a $30/year subscription. A downloadable trial version is also available.

See your Apple user group Ambassador for discount link and code.

This worldwide offer is valid through December 31, 2021.

Michael Horton: 19 Years of Creating Community for Creatives

For more than 19 years Michael Horton, founder of the LA Creative Pro User Group (LACPUG), has brought storytellers together, and during NAB 2019 he was presented with a well-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award on the Faster Together Stage. Way back in 2000 Michael was interested in bringing people together to meet, learn about technologies that can help creatives tell their stories and create their art, and create community. He started the LA Final Cut Pro group in 2000, was instrumental in groups moving from a single tool to a focus on the greater creative pro community, and was a co-founder of the CPUG Network and their SuperMeets. Over the past few years, there have been wildly popular SuperMeets in London, Austin, Amsterdam, San Jose, Boston and San Francisco, each with its World Famous Raffle and each offering another opportunity to enhance the lives and expand the networks of creatives across the world.

Congrats to Michael – Can’t wait to see what he will do over the next 19 years!

Michael Horton Lifetime Achievement Award at NAB 2019 read more…

May’s Featured Vendor: PioData, Makers of iXflash Drives

You may not be aware of PioData or their parent company, Vinpower Digital, but you have probably used their products quite a lot over the years. They were originally known for their automatic OEM CD, hard drive, optical drive, and DVD duplicating machines, as well as standalone drives. Over time they established their own line of CD, DVD, and Blue-ray disks, and provided disks for many popular vendors.

In 2015, Vinpower incorporated a line of compact and intuitive Apple MFI certified Lightning & USB 3 back-up and storage flash devices specifically designed for Apple iPhones, iPads, and iPods, allowing users to both back-up their photos and videos and expand the storage capacity of their Apple iPhones and iPads. Best of all, the devices also act as traveling media libraries where the user can watch movie/video content, listen to music/audio files, review documents in many popular formats, and more. Their current PioData offerings include duplication hardware for desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and servers, and electronic storage products for Apple devices.

read more…

Meeting Idea: HomePod on ASW and Apple Support’s YouTube Channel

Looking for a short presentation on the newest HomePod for your group’s meeting? Apple Support’s YouTube channel and ASW have all the information you need to make a great group presentation.

Apple Support’s YouTube channel offers a series of videos on HomePod, including how to adjust HomePod settings, how to use Siri to play music on HomePod and How to use touch controls on HomePod. Each video is under 2 minutes, easy to follow and interesting.

ASW offers HomePod – Product Presentation  L574599A-en_US) and HomePod – First Look (L574596A-en_US).

Ambassadors: May is a great month to use Apple resources for your meetings.

Apple YouTube Support Channel’s HomePod Collection

https://asw.apple.com

https://www.apple.com/homepod/

Meeting Idea: Apple Families

While parents love the ways that Apple products promote learning, exploring, and fun, parents also want to be sure that their children are using iPads, iPhones, Apple TV, and related technologies in ways that are safe, healthy, and appropriate. Are your members aware of Apple’s Families page and how it can help parents?

The site provides tips and tools to keep track of family app usage, limit or block applications and notifications at bedtime, choose which apps are available for their children, provide for internet safety and kid-friendly content, manage in-app purchases, know where their children are 24×7, find lost devices, share apps and music with the entire family, create group chats to stay in touch, reduce distractions, provide for emergency SOS and ensure medical information is there when needed, help emergency professionals locate family members, protect privacy, and so much more.

Check it out!

https://www.apple.com/families/

Special Offer – Silver Matias Keyboard Special: 50% Discount

The “Matias Backlit Wireless Aluminum Keyboard – Silver” has a beautiful silver aluminum frame and white keys. It features full Mac functionality plus some additional special functions such as the ability to pair with up to and switch between four devices such as your Mac, your iPhone, your iPad, and even an Android device. The keyboard also has backlighting and two rechargeable batteries (one to power the keyboard that will last up to one year before recharging, and one to power the backlighting for up to a couple of weeks). Matias has been making keyboards for the Mac community for almost 20 years.

This specific keyboard is regularly priced at $139.00 (US), however Apple user group members will get 50% off for a limited time.

Get more information or purchase at: https://matias.store/products/fk418btls

See your Apple User Group Ambassador for ordering instructions.

This offer is valid only in USA and Canada until June 30, 2019.

Macworld: What You Need to do When You Inherit a Mac

Last June, Glenn Fleishman, Senior Contributor for Macworld, wrote a great Mac911 column that could make for an interesting and useful meeting topic. The title? What you need to do when you inherit a Mac: Avoid a huge headache and do these things before you accept or buy a Mac from the estate of a deceased person.

Check it out!

https://www.macworld.com/article/3279732/macs/what-you-need-to-do-when-you-inherit-a-mac.html

April’s Featured Vendor: Micromat, Makers of TechTool Pro

Since 1989, Micromat has been recognized as an innovator in the development of diagnostics, trouble shooting. and repair for Macs. They continually provide wonderful products that keep your Mac running smoothly. TechTool Pro 11, the most robust hardware diagnostic tool available for Macintosh, is Mojave compatible and introduces a number of new security features. Want results on the go? TechTool Pro 11 supports iCloud Drive, letting you see the results of your tests from anywhere that has an internet connection. Need a quick startup disk? TechTool Pro 11 gives you access to startup, along with several handy Apple utilities and TechTool Pro, right in your disk.

Be sure to check out their updated offer for user group members in this month’s offers section.

read more…

Apple User Groups: Making Communities a Little Bit Better

One attribute that seems to set Apple User Groups apart from other hobby clubs is community service. Most groups provide a way to make their community just a little bit better. And, they find a broad range of ways to help. For example:

  • The Charlotte Apple Computer Club offers Tech Learning Days at the Matthews Community Center at least once a month
  • The Village Macintosh User Group runs free New Users Help Classes on the first Tuesday of every month
  • CapMac has worked with their local school district to teach low income parents how to use Apple computers that were donated for home use
  • Mac User Groups dedicated to HAM radio often participate in Field Day disaster readiness drills
  • Washington Apple Pi offers informal Clubhouse Saturdays for troubleshooting and technical questions
  • MUG ONE and many other groups offer lending libraries
  • The Houston Area Apple User Group runs popular swap meets
  • And creative pro groups, including SF Cutter‘s Lynetta Freeman, post job opportunities in the industry and the Creative Pro community supports film festivals and events, including SuperMeets.

And, that is just the start. Does your user group offer community services or outreach efforts?

Check these out.

https://www.facebook.com/Charlotte-Apple-Computer-Club-44836934410/

https://www.wap.org/community/

http://villagemug.com/

https://www.machamradio.com/

https://www.capmac.org/

http://mugone.com/blog/

https://haaug.org/

 

Events: Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 7.0

In 2015 multiple vintage computer user groups, including the Vintage Computer Festival, Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists, and the Vintage Computer Forum, joined forces and became the Vintage Computer Federation. They offer an online discussion forum, events, local user groups, and a bricks-and-mortar museum. As you might imagine, they are also a great resource for film/TV props, media interviews, research projects, data/drive recovery services, patent/prior art projects, and more.

Their Vintage Computer Festivals are held in multiple locations, including:

Their Pacific Northwest event was held in March, 2019.

Learn more>

Vintage Computer Federation

Meeting Ideas: Apple Card, Home Pod, and Apple News

Need a presentation for your group’s next meeting? Why not use ASW’s presentations to feature Apple Card, Home Pod, or Apple News as your meeting topic?

This month, take a look at “HomePod – First Look” (L574596A-en_US), “Apple Card – First Look” (L584137A-en_US), and “Apple News – First Look” (L542578A-en_US).

Ambassadors: April is a great month to check out ASW offerings.

Resources: Apple Support on Twitter

Want to learn new ways to use your Apple products? Apple Support on Twitter (@AppleSupport) offers tips, tricks, and helpful information when you need it most. From answering your questions to providing tips that increase productivity and enjoyment, there is something for every user. 

For example, in the last few days topics included enhancing your work-life balance via dual SIM support, more uses for Spotlight on your Mac, how to share an iCloud calendar, using Continuity to seamlessly connect your Apple devices, how to use “Hey Siri” on your AirPods, how to animate objects in Keynote for iPad, how to use Dictation to take notes without typing, and other useful information.

Ambassadors: Apple Support on Twitter is a great resource for helpful information.

Apple Support on Twitter

 

Special Offer – iXflash storage device: 20% discount

The iXflash offers rapid one-touch photo and video back-up for iPhones, iPads, and iPods which have a Lightning connection. In addition, the iXflash can transfer videos and photos from these devices directly without using any device memory.
With the dual Lightning and USB 3.1 connection, the iXflash can work as a portable media library (from 32GB up to 256GB), storing a whole collection of music, movies, and videos (even data files like PDF) that can be played directly through any Apple device with the Lightning connection or any computer with a USB connection. For more information, go to https://www.runtechmedia.com/t/categories/Flash-Memory-7/Mobile-Flash-Drive.
 
Apple user group members will receive a 20% added discount to the lowest price shown on the 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB iXflash exclusively through RunTechMedia.com. This offer is only available when you call RunTech Media and speak with a sales associate.
See your user group Ambassador for contact information and discount code.
This worldwide offer is valid through June 30, 2019.

Special Offer – Readiris Pro 17 for macOS: 30% Discount

Readiris 17 for Mac allows you to merge and split, edit and annotate, protect and sign your PDF’s. It’s also a global solution to convert, edit and transform all your paper documents into a variety of digital formats, intuitively with a few clicks. For more information, go to www.irislink.com/Readiris-for-mac.

Readiris 17 for Mac is regularly $99.00 (US). Apple user group members can use the coupon code at checkout to save 30% off this great Iris product.

See your user group Ambassador for discount link.

This worldwide offer is valid through June 1, 2019.

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus: Why I Love User Groups

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Houston Chronicle Technology Columnist, Mac Observer iReviews Editor, author of nearly 60 books and one of the world’s leading experts on the Mac OS, delivered his annual “State of the Apple” address at the Houston Area Apple Users Group (HAAUG) on March 16th. 

In an article for the Mac Observer, he talks about why he joined a group and why user groups matter. It is a sweet read and a reminder of why Dr. Mac is so beloved.

Check it out!

https://www.macobserver.com/columns-opinions/dr-macs-rants-raves/why-i-love-mugs/?utm_source=tmo-express&utm_medium=email

March Featured Vendor: IRIS and Readiris Pro 17 for macOS

I.R.I.S. software has been around almost as long as the Macintosh, helping users reliably scan, recognize, convert, edit, and share digital files. In fact, they were one of the early pioneers in the field of optical character recognition. Where did the name come from? IRIS stands for Image Recognition Integrated Systems, and over the years IRIS has consistently offered solutions that align with their motto: Less Paper, More Content.

Today, thanks to their partners and customers worldwide, IRIS applications are used by hundreds of large companies and SMBs, and by over 40 million end users around the world, with more than 500 products sold daily. read more…

Just-released iMac and iPads are a great meeting topic

When new Apple products come out, members always want to know what is new and amazing. They also want to know what has been changed, improved, removed, or retained from previous versions.

ASW has the answers that your members want in formats that make presentation easy. With iPad Pro – Then and Now (L550631A-en_US), iPad Air – Then and Now (L583891A-en_US), iPad mini – Then and Now (L583892A-en_US), and iMac – Then and Now (L519831A-en_US) published on March 19 you will have the most up-to-date information covering each of the newest releases.

Ambassadors: March is a great time to check out ASW presentations.

User Group News Bulletin

Special Offer – MacCleanse 8 Software: 20% Discount

MacCleanse is a powerful application from Koingo Software which is geared towards purifying your system and reclaiming hard disk space. In only seconds, it can perform over fifty tasks which could take hours to perform manually. Safely uninstall applications, slim Universal Binaries, wipe unused language files, erase caches, empty logs, clear cookies, delete web histories, locate unused and old files and more. MacCleanse won’t miss a thing and could reclaim hundreds of megabytes, if not gigabytes, of storage. Learn more at http://www.koingosw.com/products/maccleanse/.

While MacCleanse is regularly $79.00 (US) for an individual app, Apple user group members can use the coupon code at checkout to save 20% off the lifetime license. This means upgrades are free for life with no upgrade charges ever again. The coupon is also valid for 20% off the alternative of a $30/year subscription. A downloadable trial version is also available.

See your Apple user group Ambassador for discount link and code.

This worldwide offer is valid through December 31, 2021.

Michael Horton: 19 Years of Creating Community for Creatives

For more than 19 years Michael Horton, founder of the LA Creative Pro User Group (LACPUG), has brought storytellers together, and during NAB 2019 he was presented with a well-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award on the Faster Together Stage. Way back in 2000 Michael was interested in bringing people together to meet, learn about technologies that can help creatives tell their stories and create their art, and create community. He started the LA Final Cut Pro group in 2000, was instrumental in groups moving from a single tool to a focus on the greater creative pro community, and was a co-founder of the CPUG Network and their SuperMeets. Over the past few years, there have been wildly popular SuperMeets in London, Austin, Amsterdam, San Jose, Boston and San Francisco, each with its World Famous Raffle and each offering another opportunity to enhance the lives and expand the networks of creatives across the world.

Congrats to Michael – Can’t wait to see what he will do over the next 19 years!

Michael Horton Lifetime Achievement Award at NAB 2019 read more…

May’s Featured Vendor: PioData, Makers of iXflash Drives

You may not be aware of PioData or their parent company, Vinpower Digital, but you have probably used their products quite a lot over the years. They were originally known for their automatic OEM CD, hard drive, optical drive, and DVD duplicating machines, as well as standalone drives. Over time they established their own line of CD, DVD, and Blue-ray disks, and provided disks for many popular vendors.

In 2015, Vinpower incorporated a line of compact and intuitive Apple MFI certified Lightning & USB 3 back-up and storage flash devices specifically designed for Apple iPhones, iPads, and iPods, allowing users to both back-up their photos and videos and expand the storage capacity of their Apple iPhones and iPads. Best of all, the devices also act as traveling media libraries where the user can watch movie/video content, listen to music/audio files, review documents in many popular formats, and more. Their current PioData offerings include duplication hardware for desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and servers, and electronic storage products for Apple devices.

read more…

Meeting Idea: HomePod on ASW and Apple Support’s YouTube Channel

Looking for a short presentation on the newest HomePod for your group’s meeting? Apple Support’s YouTube channel and ASW have all the information you need to make a great group presentation.

Apple Support’s YouTube channel offers a series of videos on HomePod, including how to adjust HomePod settings, how to use Siri to play music on HomePod and How to use touch controls on HomePod. Each video is under 2 minutes, easy to follow and interesting.

ASW offers HomePod – Product Presentation  L574599A-en_US) and HomePod – First Look (L574596A-en_US).

Ambassadors: May is a great month to use Apple resources for your meetings.

Apple YouTube Support Channel’s HomePod Collection

https://asw.apple.com

https://www.apple.com/homepod/

Meeting Idea: Apple Families

While parents love the ways that Apple products promote learning, exploring, and fun, parents also want to be sure that their children are using iPads, iPhones, Apple TV, and related technologies in ways that are safe, healthy, and appropriate. Are your members aware of Apple’s Families page and how it can help parents?

The site provides tips and tools to keep track of family app usage, limit or block applications and notifications at bedtime, choose which apps are available for their children, provide for internet safety and kid-friendly content, manage in-app purchases, know where their children are 24×7, find lost devices, share apps and music with the entire family, create group chats to stay in touch, reduce distractions, provide for emergency SOS and ensure medical information is there when needed, help emergency professionals locate family members, protect privacy, and so much more.

Check it out!

https://www.apple.com/families/

Special Offer – Silver Matias Keyboard Special: 50% Discount

The “Matias Backlit Wireless Aluminum Keyboard – Silver” has a beautiful silver aluminum frame and white keys. It features full Mac functionality plus some additional special functions such as the ability to pair with up to and switch between four devices such as your Mac, your iPhone, your iPad, and even an Android device. The keyboard also has backlighting and two rechargeable batteries (one to power the keyboard that will last up to one year before recharging, and one to power the backlighting for up to a couple of weeks). Matias has been making keyboards for the Mac community for almost 20 years.

This specific keyboard is regularly priced at $139.00 (US), however Apple user group members will get 50% off for a limited time.

Get more information or purchase at: https://matias.store/products/fk418btls

See your Apple User Group Ambassador for ordering instructions.

This offer is valid only in USA and Canada until June 30, 2019.

Macworld: What You Need to do When You Inherit a Mac

Last June, Glenn Fleishman, Senior Contributor for Macworld, wrote a great Mac911 column that could make for an interesting and useful meeting topic. The title? What you need to do when you inherit a Mac: Avoid a huge headache and do these things before you accept or buy a Mac from the estate of a deceased person.

Check it out!

https://www.macworld.com/article/3279732/macs/what-you-need-to-do-when-you-inherit-a-mac.html

April’s Featured Vendor: Micromat, Makers of TechTool Pro

Since 1989, Micromat has been recognized as an innovator in the development of diagnostics, trouble shooting. and repair for Macs. They continually provide wonderful products that keep your Mac running smoothly. TechTool Pro 11, the most robust hardware diagnostic tool available for Macintosh, is Mojave compatible and introduces a number of new security features. Want results on the go? TechTool Pro 11 supports iCloud Drive, letting you see the results of your tests from anywhere that has an internet connection. Need a quick startup disk? TechTool Pro 11 gives you access to startup, along with several handy Apple utilities and TechTool Pro, right in your disk.

Be sure to check out their updated offer for user group members in this month’s offers section.

read more…

Apple User Groups: Making Communities a Little Bit Better

One attribute that seems to set Apple User Groups apart from other hobby clubs is community service. Most groups provide a way to make their community just a little bit better. And, they find a broad range of ways to help. For example:

  • The Charlotte Apple Computer Club offers Tech Learning Days at the Matthews Community Center at least once a month
  • The Village Macintosh User Group runs free New Users Help Classes on the first Tuesday of every month
  • CapMac has worked with their local school district to teach low income parents how to use Apple computers that were donated for home use
  • Mac User Groups dedicated to HAM radio often participate in Field Day disaster readiness drills
  • Washington Apple Pi offers informal Clubhouse Saturdays for troubleshooting and technical questions
  • MUG ONE and many other groups offer lending libraries
  • The Houston Area Apple User Group runs popular swap meets
  • And creative pro groups, including SF Cutter‘s Lynetta Freeman, post job opportunities in the industry and the Creative Pro community supports film festivals and events, including SuperMeets.

And, that is just the start. Does your user group offer community services or outreach efforts?

Check these out.

https://www.facebook.com/Charlotte-Apple-Computer-Club-44836934410/

https://www.wap.org/community/

http://villagemug.com/

https://www.machamradio.com/

https://www.capmac.org/

http://mugone.com/blog/

https://haaug.org/

 

Events: Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 7.0

In 2015 multiple vintage computer user groups, including the Vintage Computer Festival, Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists, and the Vintage Computer Forum, joined forces and became the Vintage Computer Federation. They offer an online discussion forum, events, local user groups, and a bricks-and-mortar museum. As you might imagine, they are also a great resource for film/TV props, media interviews, research projects, data/drive recovery services, patent/prior art projects, and more.

Their Vintage Computer Festivals are held in multiple locations, including:

Their Pacific Northwest event was held in March, 2019.

Learn more>

Vintage Computer Federation

Meeting Ideas: Apple Card, Home Pod, and Apple News

Need a presentation for your group’s next meeting? Why not use ASW’s presentations to feature Apple Card, Home Pod, or Apple News as your meeting topic?

This month, take a look at “HomePod – First Look” (L574596A-en_US), “Apple Card – First Look” (L584137A-en_US), and “Apple News – First Look” (L542578A-en_US).

Ambassadors: April is a great month to check out ASW offerings.

Resources: Apple Support on Twitter

Want to learn new ways to use your Apple products? Apple Support on Twitter (@AppleSupport) offers tips, tricks, and helpful information when you need it most. From answering your questions to providing tips that increase productivity and enjoyment, there is something for every user. 

For example, in the last few days topics included enhancing your work-life balance via dual SIM support, more uses for Spotlight on your Mac, how to share an iCloud calendar, using Continuity to seamlessly connect your Apple devices, how to use “Hey Siri” on your AirPods, how to animate objects in Keynote for iPad, how to use Dictation to take notes without typing, and other useful information.

Ambassadors: Apple Support on Twitter is a great resource for helpful information.

Apple Support on Twitter

 

Special Offer – iXflash storage device: 20% discount

The iXflash offers rapid one-touch photo and video back-up for iPhones, iPads, and iPods which have a Lightning connection. In addition, the iXflash can transfer videos and photos from these devices directly without using any device memory.
With the dual Lightning and USB 3.1 connection, the iXflash can work as a portable media library (from 32GB up to 256GB), storing a whole collection of music, movies, and videos (even data files like PDF) that can be played directly through any Apple device with the Lightning connection or any computer with a USB connection. For more information, go to https://www.runtechmedia.com/t/categories/Flash-Memory-7/Mobile-Flash-Drive.
 
Apple user group members will receive a 20% added discount to the lowest price shown on the 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB iXflash exclusively through RunTechMedia.com. This offer is only available when you call RunTech Media and speak with a sales associate.
See your user group Ambassador for contact information and discount code.
This worldwide offer is valid through June 30, 2019.

Special Offer – TechTool Pro 11: 50% Discount

Micromat, leaders in diagnostic maintenance and repair for Mac, is offering a 50% discount for the full version of TechTool Pro 11 to all Apple user group members. A 10% discount for any of the other Micromat products is also available. 
See your user group Ambassador for discount link.
 
This worldwide offer is ongoing.

Special Offer – Readiris Pro 17 for macOS: 30% Discount

Readiris 17 for Mac allows you to merge and split, edit and annotate, protect and sign your PDF’s. It’s also a global solution to convert, edit and transform all your paper documents into a variety of digital formats, intuitively with a few clicks. For more information, go to www.irislink.com/Readiris-for-mac.

Readiris 17 for Mac is regularly $99.00 (US). Apple user group members can use the coupon code at checkout to save 30% off this great Iris product.

See your user group Ambassador for discount link.

This worldwide offer is valid through June 1, 2019.

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus: Why I Love User Groups

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Houston Chronicle Technology Columnist, Mac Observer iReviews Editor, author of nearly 60 books and one of the world’s leading experts on the Mac OS, delivered his annual “State of the Apple” address at the Houston Area Apple Users Group (HAAUG) on March 16th. 

In an article for the Mac Observer, he talks about why he joined a group and why user groups matter. It is a sweet read and a reminder of why Dr. Mac is so beloved.

Check it out!

https://www.macobserver.com/columns-opinions/dr-macs-rants-raves/why-i-love-mugs/?utm_source=tmo-express&utm_medium=email

March Featured Vendor: IRIS and Readiris Pro 17 for macOS

I.R.I.S. software has been around almost as long as the Macintosh, helping users reliably scan, recognize, convert, edit, and share digital files. In fact, they were one of the early pioneers in the field of optical character recognition. Where did the name come from? IRIS stands for Image Recognition Integrated Systems, and over the years IRIS has consistently offered solutions that align with their motto: Less Paper, More Content.

Today, thanks to their partners and customers worldwide, IRIS applications are used by hundreds of large companies and SMBs, and by over 40 million end users around the world, with more than 500 products sold daily. read more…

Just-released iMac and iPads are a great meeting topic

When new Apple products come out, members always want to know what is new and amazing. They also want to know what has been changed, improved, removed, or retained from previous versions.

ASW has the answers that your members want in formats that make presentation easy. With iPad Pro – Then and Now (L550631A-en_US), iPad Air – Then and Now (L583891A-en_US), iPad mini – Then and Now (L583892A-en_US), and iMac – Then and Now (L519831A-en_US) published on March 19 you will have the most up-to-date information covering each of the newest releases.

Ambassadors: March is a great time to check out ASW presentations.



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