Cary, NCUSA 27511
June 17, 2012
1. Using a Mac as the center of an entertainment system. 2. Using a Mac to completely replace cable TV -- including access to local channels. 3. Using an older model iPhone as a universal remote control to replace the half dozen (or more) laying around and getting lost.
Recently upgraded from an iPhone 3G to iPhone 4 running iOS 5.1.1
I already attend the TAPIT meetings and these seem fine for meeting the needs of iOS device users. I would like to learn more about iOS 6.
I'm an original Apple II user, migrated to Macintosh soon after announcement, moved to OSX shortly after availability and am still updating whenever economically feasible.