Some retirement living seniors may admit that they find new technology confusing. Others may revel every time a new digital invention hits the market.
According to OregonLive.com, Virginia Campbell, who is 99-years-old, has been able to read and write again after purchasing a new iPad.
The retirement living senior graduated from Reed College in 1930, and was an avid writer of poetry during her youth.
However, Campbell now suffers from glaucoma, a disease that can make it difficult to read.
"The thing that's so neat is there's nothing between you and the screen," Ginny Adelsheim, one of her daughters, told the news source. "You can enlarge the print, and it has a much brighter screen so you can read on it more easily than with a regular computer screen."
This is the first computer that Campbell has owned.
Retirement living seniors are becoming more internet-savvy each year. According to an article on RedOrbit.com, senior citizens over the age of 70 comprise the fastest-growing group of web users.