the event is being held on Saturday, June 5, at 1 PM US Eastern time. If anyone cannot make it who did register, the event will be recorded and I can send a Dropbox link to the file afterwards.
What We Need from You
For those who plan to attend, Donna and I would like you to send specific questions in regard to Mac or iOS accessibility. This can include shortcomings or enhancement recommendations. Donna and I will field your questions and comments, but then, in the last segment, the forum will be open to everyone for additional conversations. Your questions or comments can be sent to, firstname.lastname@example.org. This is also where you request the join link.
This is Not a vehicle for Apple bashing or general complaints. If anyone seeks to use this forum for that purpose, they will be removed immediately from the session by myself or Donna or another moderator. We are desiring constructive comments and criticism that is professionally and tactfully presented. This information will be sent directly to Apple accessibility, so there will be no toleration for any “abusive” behavior towards Apple or any other company.
We apologize for any inconvenience this change might cause, and we look forward to the June 5th event.
We are proud to announce that all SturItup events can now be live streamed. To find out when there is a podcast, help session, MacCafe, or maybe a spur of the moment live stream, subscribe to the Calendar, and you will be advised of all events. Or you could email SturitUp@icloud.com during business hours to get the info emailed to you.
Download the ZenoRadio app
And search for SturItUpLive
And add it to your favorites. We will have listener involvement, Q&A’s, and a lot more. We look forward to having you!
Apple at its recent WWDC opening keynote, announced the upcoming release of iOS 13, iPad OS, TVOS 13, Watch OS 6, and Mac OS Catalina. As expected, these are major new software releases for all Apple platforms. However, this year promises to be even more exciting than typical releases, as all platforms include major new features and revisions.
Would you like a chance to help shape the final releases of this new software, discovering bugs and reporting them to Apple before the official releases occur? Are you a fairly competent user of one or more of the above Apple platforms? Do you possess a positive attitude and a strong work ethic for volunteer opportunities? If you answered yes, we would love for you to become a beta tester!
Apple each summer makes available public betas of most Apple platforms, and 2019 promises to be no different. Beginning this July, Apple will release public beta versions of iOS, iPad OS, TVOS, and Mac OS. Testers can install the beta software and receive a sneak preview of all the new features, while helping to perfect the final releases by discovering and reporting bugs and other issues. This is truly an incredible opportunity and an awesome experience – a chance to make a difference for millions of Apple users around the world. As beta testers, Kliph and I run a support group for beta testers. Though not at all affiliated with Apple, we do help to facilitate the process and provide a forum for testers to discuss their findings, ask questions, and more. Since every Apple platform contains massive overhauls this year, we believe it is especially important to get as many beta testers as possible.
If you wish to become a part of this amazing experience, head on over to https://beta.apple.com and sign in. Once you have agreed to the terms, including the nondisclosure agreement, please send a blank email to:
This will let us know of your interest in joining our beta testers support group. We will use this group to communicate going forward, including announcing the date of an important Zoom conference for beta testers.
If you have any questions before joining just reply to this message. God bless you and take care.:)