Press Release 10/23/17 (Kent, Connecticut) – If you have an Apple iPhone, iPad or Mac, you have either embraced – or been mystified by – Apple’s “iCloud,” as well as its relationship to your “Apple ID.” Join us on Saturday, November 4 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Library’s Reading Room, as Tech Tutor, Michael Jay, leads a workshop on this powerful feature, which generates the greatest number of Apple-related questions, yet which also enables some of the most valuable aspects of the Apple system.

Whether you’re new to Apple products, or are already comfortable with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, this workshop will help you gain more from your device, with an entire program dedicated solely to iCloud and Apple ID’s. We’ll try to answer:

• What is “cloud computing”?
• What is the relationship between iCloud and an Apple ID?
• If your Apple ID is your email address, why isn’t the password for that email account also your Apple ID password?
• How can you use iCloud to sync photos between your devices?
• What else should you use iCloud for?

Let a technology tutor and former Apple Store specialist show you the core features you should know about iCloud and your Apple ID. If you already have an iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac laptop, bring those devices to this meeting.
Your instructor, Kent resident, Michael Jay, is a technology consultant and personal computer tutor, who has partnered with Apple on several projects, and worked with their products for over 30 years. He has taught at NYU graduate school, lectured at Bennington College and SUNY, and is currently an adjunct professor at Stevens Institute of Technology.

This workshop is free & open to public. Seating is limited. Please register. For more information, call 860-927-3761 or go to kentmemoriallibrary.org.