Wednesday, February 11, 2015

I can hear but she cannot see


This is what happened a few weeks ago when I went to show Mom a news story on my iPad. Mom is not an iPad user and, as a matter of fact, she is not an idevice user in any way. So, any time I get an opportunity to have her interact with either iPhone or iPad, it is a treat for us both.

On this particular day, I wanted to have her read an article from the newspaper and when she went to read it she could hardly see the screen! Strange but I could hear everything and then it dawned on me. The brightness had inadvertently been set way down somehow and all I had to do was to go to the settings option and increase the brightness. Presto! She was then able to see what I was hearing. She would not admit it but she is intrigued by my idevices but won't readily admit it.

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