BTA Club Posts

Special to BTA Club Members

By Jay Collier / November 30, 2023 / Comments Off on Special to BTA Club Members

Here are a handful of tips that will make you happy, make you much more efficient on your iPhone, and impress your grandkids!

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We Cannot Escape the Digital World

By Jill Spencer / February 18, 2022 /

An event this week reminded me how important it is that Boomers and Seniors feel competent and confident with their digital devices. Let me explain… I was approaching a stoplight when I looked out my window to see a looming gray pickup grill coming toward me out of a parking lot.  Fortunately, we were both…

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Change Your Google/Gmail Password: Computer

By Jill Spencer / December 5, 2021 /

Scams, hacking, and phishing expeditions are growing exponentially. Changing our passwords has become a regular occurrence. Recent BTA Club questions have centered on changing Google and Gmail passwords so it seemed a post reviewing the directions would be a good idea. We’re going to go over the directions in two parts. Today, we’ll list the…

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What Does It Mean To Be a Tech-Savvy Baby Boomer (2014)? Update: 2021

By Jill Spencer / October 5, 2021 /

I was wondering what we were blogging about back when BoomerTECh Adventures was established.  I scrolled to our earliest blogs and found this 2014 piece written by BTA guide Ed Brazee. I thought it would be fun to update it to 2021. The original blog is in black text and the updates are in blue. …

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Conserve Your iPhone Battery Charge

By Jill Spencer / September 9, 2021 /

Recently, a BTA club member asked for advice about conserving battery power on her older iPhone.  BoomerTECH Adventures guide Chris Toy is an expert in these matters and offered some timely advice for all of us, no matter which iPhone we have. From Chris:  As time goes on your battery will be able to hold…

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Reasons to Love My iWatch

By Jill Spencer / April 29, 2021 /

After dithering for several years about purchasing an iWatch, I finally clicked on the “Buy” button. I wondered… Would I wear it? Was it worth the money? Could I figure out how to make it work for me? The answer to all of my questions has been a resounding YES and here’s why: • I…

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