Doctors, Clouds and Dummies

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As the team behind the “Brew & Byte” podcast enter into Episode 13! They were lucky enough to be joined by Bob LeVitus AKA Doctor Mac to discuss the recent discovery of the first malware dubbed Silver Sparrow, which has attacked up to 30,000 new Apple M1 chip devices. Along with our feature topic of how we use the “cloud” and well as much much more…..

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Episode 23 – Keeping to the Script(able) Brew & Byte

On this week's Brew & Byte podcast, our panel discusses the release of the new MagSafe Battery Pack, a battery pack that makes use of Apple’s new MagSafe technology to snap onto the back of newer iPhones, Apple Users Users can now run a full version of Windows in a web browser on any device, and we interview indy developer, Simon Strøring creator of some of the Apple stores top-ranking applications to be a found in the App Store, as well as our "did you know section…" Special Guest: Simon Strøring is an iOS developer based in Denmark. During the day he works as an engineer at Lunar, a challenger bank in the Nordics, and in the night he is an indie developer. His focus is on building tools for developers and automation enthusiasts including well-known apps Scriptable, DataJar and Jayson.  Runtime: – 56 mins    Show Notes: https://www.lmug.org.uk/brewbyte-show-notes/   Please leave us a review, we love to hear from our listeners ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 📲 Connect with us via the links below:   Twitter: @londomacgroup   Website: www.lmug.org.uk  Facebook: Join the group   Become a member: Join here   Contact us: podcast@lmug.org.uk   Sponsor: The London Mac User Group Series 1 | E 23 — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lmug/message
  1. Episode 23 – Keeping to the Script(able)
  2. Episode 22 – Inboxes and Apple Pi's
  3. Episode 21 – Watch this Space?

Bob LeVitus, often referred to as “Dr. Mac,” is a well-known authority on all things Macintosh, OS X, and Apple devices including the iPad and iPhone. One of the Apple community’s most trusted advisors for almost thirty years, he’s known for his trademark humorous style and unerring ability to translate “techie” jargon into usable and fun advice for regular folks.

He’s written more than 80 books including macOS Sierra For Dummies, iPhone For Dummies, and iPad For Dummies. (Click here for the complete list.) And, for the past 20 years, he’s written the Dr. Mac column for the Houston Chronicle (which he still does). He’s also been writing for The Mac Observer for just as long – to find some of Bob’s Most recent work head over Here

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