iPhone and Apple Watch
A recent consumer survey by Deloitte reported that close to nine out of 10 adults (aged 18-75) have a phone that can support mobile applications. In fact, 95 percent of smartphone owners use their device every day for such activities as online searching, watching and recording videos, checking bank balances, social media and networks, reading the news, playing games, making voice calls, and taking photos. Apps can also provide a medium through which people access health-related information, especially for hearing loss. Below are a few apps we recommend!
Greetings and Happy, Healthy 2019!
This year we mark the distinct honor of celebrating our 30th Anniversary at Tustin Hearing Center. We want to celebrate that honor with you and our wonderful Tustin community. Rumor has it that there will be a Patient Appreciation Picnic/BBQ in the Park on June 28th. We hope you will join us for this special event!
INTRODUCING Widex BEYOND, a new hearing aid that allows you to “design your own hearing”, and live life to the fullest. BEYOND gives you incredibly advanced overall sound quality. The exclusive True Input Technology optimizes sound based on your environment so you don’t have to find the most ideal listening conditions—they’re created for you no matter where you are.* With the personalized BEYOND app, you can adjust sound settings and listening preferences, use personal pictures and even create sound templates for specific listening situations – such as being at a restaurant or with family and friends.
Hearing just got easier. In 2014, Starkey launched the Halo Made for iPhone hearing aids, and we are excited to announce that the next generation of Halo hearables is here! Read this week’s article for more information!