September 13, 2023
September 13th is the 256th day of the year. There are 109 days remaining until the end of the year.
Tonight at 7pm stop by to see Book Club: The Next Chapter.
Admission is $5 or flash your movie pass for entry.
Check here for more info.
There’s a blood donor clinic Saturday at the St. Clair College Healthplex from 10-2pm.
No walk-in appointments are available. Book your appointment at Blood.ca, call 1-888-2-DONATE or use the apps.
If you’re unable to donate this weekend, the next clinic locally will also be at the Healthplex Tuesday 1-7pm.
Aaron Rodgers’ first season with the New York Jets over after just four snaps.
It was confirmed on Tuesday that Rodgers suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in Monday’s win over the Buffalo Bills.
The 39-year-old, who was acquired in the off-season from the Green Bay Packers for a haul of draft picks, was injured on the Jets’ first possession of the season. Rodgers signed a contract in July that gives him $75 million in fully guaranteed money over this season and next.
Not the way any of us wanted it to go, but we know the commitment you’ve made to this team will continue to impact us moving forward.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) September 12, 2023
Another couple of big names coming to the Colosseum at Caesars Windsor; John Mulaney and Pete Davidson will take the stage Friday, November 10 at 8pm.
Tomorrow at 10am until Friday, use presale code TMJP23 to get your tickets before they officially go on sale! Tickets to the public go on sale Friday at 10am.
Apple held their annual iPhone launch event yesterday at Apple Park in California.
There are four types of iPhone 15 models; the top-of-the line model — the iPhone 15 Pro Max — will cost you $1,200. The basic iPhone 15 selling for $800, the iPhone 15 Plus for $900 and the iPhone 15 Pro for $1,000.
All the new models will be available in stores September 22, with preorders beginning this Friday.
One of the biggest changes that Apple announced is a new way to charge the iPhone 15 models and future generations. The company is switching to the USB-C standard that is already widely used on many devices, including its Mac computers and many of its iPads.
Apple is being forced to phase out the Lightning port cables it rolled out in 2012 because of a European mandate set to be imposed in 2024. The standard is already widely used on a range of computers, smartphones and other devices people already own. The shift to USB-C may even be a popular move since that standard typically charges devices more quickly and also offers faster data transfer speeds.