The text I had not been looking for, on a day when I was already planning to attend my Uncle’s viewing, came at about 3pm.
“My phone stopped working…it was at 65%, and it just died. For no reason. I didn’t do anything, and it just died.”
Of course, we went through the normal responses-turn it all of the way off and on, charge it. All to no avail.
So, my husband and I, after some consulting with each other, determined we would drive from the viewing in Greenfield, Indiana to Bloomington, Indiana to replace the phone that was not working, with my phone.
I would then buy the iPhone X.
The iPhone 10 (or the X, it depends on who you ask) has some new features. It does not have a home button, it has facial recognition instead of a place for your fingerprint, and it has an enhanced camera, with features that rival my Canon Rebel, which does NOT fit in my pocket.
Although it has definitely been a learning curve for me, I am enjoying my iPhone X. I took some pics this morning around Noblesville, Indiana, which is where I live.
A house where I used to work. It held Supervised Visitations between parents and children