Technological innvations are now providing more nuanced solutions to solve hearing loss issues. The choice is no longer between hearing aid or no hearing aid. This is particularly true for those with mild to moderate hearing loss. If you own a smartphone, as most of us do, you probably have a solution right in your hand.
New security updates released by Apple March 8, 2021.
Evidently there’s another round of iCloud scam calls ongoing—one of our members said she received several yesterday. The message says, “Your iCloud account has been breached, call us back at 315-232-8257.” Other area codes are 913, 855 and probably others. Obviously. you do not want to call.
The February 2020 issue of Macworld has a great article on protecting your iOS privacy. You can find and read it on our Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19OpyUGJrZtV6a0thaT1tSi9yFTcsgdV4/view?usp=sharing.
— Karen Brown
Need a New Computer?
How about a desktop or laptop PC that has been completely refurbished by the TVCUC Technology Access Program (TAP)?
At the beginning of each year we are allowed to sell a limited number of the systems refurbished by TAP but they sell out very quickly. For a fraction of the cost of a new computer you can have one that runs like new. And the best part – what you pay goes toward funding more refurbished computers that are repurposed to needy youth and folks who might not otherwise have a computer.
Contact the TAP Group at:
244 Lakeside Plaza in Tellico Village
(in same building as Thai Bistro, around back)
Phone: (865) 332-5313
Warren Sanders, co-chair of the Technology Access Program (TAP) was interviewed by WBIR (Channel 10) TV as part of their “Heartwarming” series. TAP is a huge part of the TVCUC and we applaud the efforts of Warren, Vince Alline (TAP co-chair) and all the volunteers who selflessly give their time to support TAP.