Creating Active Retirement Years - Fall 2015

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16 September-December 2015 Cary Senior Center Computer Learning A Computer Learning APPLE COMPUTERS These programs take place in Classroom 302. Introduction to iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch, The Basics Although devices similar to these iOS devices are made by several manufacturers, this course will focus on products from Apple to illustrate their capabilities and underlying concepts. This course will show you how to set up these devices and provide a brief overview of the many applications (apps) available. Bring your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. No flash drive needed. 86423 Wed Sep 16 1:30-4 p.m. 86424 Wed Oct 28 1:30-4 p.m. 86425 Wed Dec 2 1:30-4 p.m. Getting to know Siri Siri is an Apple iPhone and iPad personal assistant app. It uses natural language to answer questions, make recommendations, and send requests to services such as OpenTable, Google Maps, TaxiMagic and more. Google (via Android) has introduced a similar app and Microsoft will be adding one to Windows 10. This seminar will describe this technology how to best use it. No flash drive needed. 86426 Wed Oct 14 1:30-4 p.m. 50 + FREE! FREE! Introduction to Macintosh Computers Apple's Macintosh computers provides an excellent alternative for home computer users because of their ease of use and enhanced security. In the three classes, you will learn: 1) the basics of the Macintosh operating system, including file system, menus and preferences, 2) using the included applications and 3) using the online Mac App Store, and other trusted sources, to obtain applications and the best ways to purchase a Mac. You will be provided with the course slides for your la ter reference. Bring your Mac laptop. No flash drive needed. Fees: $15(R) $20(N) (3 classes) 86427 Mon/Wed/Fri Oct 19-23 2-4:30 p.m. Getting to know your iPhone This course will teach you how to get the most out of your Apple iPhone, including basic set up, making phone calls, and more advanced features, such as, 'Do Not Disturb', and using the iPhone as a Personal Hotspot. Bring your iPhone and learn how to get the most out of your smartphone. 86428 Wed Oct 7 1:30-4 p.m. 86431 Wed Nov 18 1:30-4 p.m. Introduction to iCloud What is iCloud? It is a service from Apple for securely syncing and storing many kinds of data and documents among multiple devices, including your iPad, iPhone, iPod and PCs running Mac OS or Windows. Consider it to be a highly capable personal Internet hard drive. You will be shown how to set up an account and make the best use of the service. No flash drive needed. 86429 Wed Sep 30 1:30-4 p.m. 86430 Wed Dec 9 1:30-4 p.m. FREE! FREE! Discover computers in our very own computer lab.

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