September 13, 2018

Published On September 13, 2018 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

Today is Positive Thinking Day is a time set aside each year to concentrate on all things positive.

For the third year, Chatham-Kent is celebrating Positivity Day. Come by the Chatham Capitol Theatre tonight for the Positivity Day Celebration, admission is free with performances from local artists.

There will also be a lucky winner of $5000 in cash from Mainstreets Credit Union and a $5000 travel voucher from Vellinga’s Travel.

Another Storybook Trail opens tonight in Chatham-Kent.

Everyone is invited to Crothers Park (261 Forhan Street, Wallaceburg) at 6:30 for a ribbon cutting, story, snacks and prizes!

Apple introduced their new iPhones yesterday. The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max will come in gold, silver and space gray as well as two sizes: 6.5 inches and 5.8 inches. Both phones are liquid resistant and have been tested in water, orange juice and beer.

Apple’s new iPhone XR comes with a 6.1 inch screen. Cconsumers can start ordering the aluminum phone on October 19th. It has a lower resolution than the Xs and Xs Max. The XR will come in six colors: black, white, red, yellow, coral, and blue.

The devices don’t have a home button and feature Face ID in lieu of a Touch ID fingerprint scanner. Apple also won’t include a free headphone dongle with new iPhones anymore.

Apple also showed off an upgrade to its 3-year-old smartwatch. The Apple Watch Series 4 now has a 30% larger edge-to-edge display. With curved corners, it’s also slightly thinner, has more reliable reception and two times faster, thanks to a new processor. It can also detect when you fall by calculating wrist trajectory and other movements and can send that data to an emergency contact.

Apple users will be able to download iOS 12 starting Monday September 17. iOS 12 features new Animojis, customized Memoji and a time management feature to help people use their devices less.

A picture just leaked of three new, “internationally inspired flavours” of peanut M&M’s.

And they are: English Toffee, Thai Coconut and Mexican Jalapeno. They should come out sometime early next year.

Starting next year, Playboy is only publishing four issues a year.

Currently there are six-issues-a-year.

Before the rise of the internet and 1970s-era newsstand restrictions, Playboy was selling 5 million a copies a month. It currently sells only several hundred thousand copies per issue.

The switch to a quarterly schedule will allow Playboy to double the amount of total pages — to 220 per issue. More articles to read!

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