Hannah's Headlines- 11/15/2017

Next Apple Release Details Supposedly Leak-The iPhone X isn’t even a month old yet and some info about the next big Apple release is already leaking.

Apple is reportedly releasing three new iPhones next year. A company analyst reportedly leaked information about the tech company's 2018 product release, which is said to contain a model with the biggest screen yet, measuring 6-and-a-half inches.

One of the new models is also said to be just under six inches, and the other could feature an edge-to-edge LCD screen. That’s not even the biggest news. The tech giant is said to be hunting for a partner to load the new phone with AR (augmented reality) features.

The news comes after the recent release of the iPhone eight and the iPhone 10, Apple's 10th anniversary phone that is said to be the most technology advanced model so far.Source: Forbes

What Was The “It” Toy or Holiday Gift When You Were A Kid?

The “It” gift of the holiday season is already sold out, and moms and dads are panicking. The LOL Big Surprise — a larger version of the fad LOL dolls — is a purse-like glittery ball, filled with 50 individually wrapped gifts: dolls, doll accessories, fizzy bath bombs and temporary tattoos, among other goodies. Originally priced at $70, the Big Surprise is already out of stock at big-name stores, including Toys R Us and Target. But the market has spoken: The same product is now retailing at a whopping $180 on Walmart’s website and for similar prices on eBay.

  • Would you pay double for your kid’s number one Holiday gift request?
  • Did your parents pay extra to get you your number one holiday gift request?

Link: http://nypost.com/2017/11/14/parents-are-shelling-

Survey says modern married couples mostly meet online

Researchers at the wedding planning site The Knot commissioned a survey about popping the question, but in doing so, discovered something interesting: modern newlyweds in the U.S. mostly meet online.

According to interviews with more than 14,000 engaged or recently married American brides and grooms, it was revealed that 19% met online, with a full 17% having used dating sites or apps to find that special someone; the remainder of that percentage met solely via social media. 

That 19% bests the usual other roads to romance, such as the 17% who were introduced to their eventual mates by friends, 15% who met their spouses via college, and 12% who met their partners at work. 

The Knot's biannual "Jewelry and Engagement Study" not surprisingly also uncovered data regarding the bling one uses to pop the question: 60% of those who proposed revealed they were nervous -- up six percent from 2011, incidentally.

One in three proposals were a surprise, the survey says, not surprising considering a quarter of the grooms said they "meticulously" planned the proposal. How much so? The average person proposing spent nearly four and a half months plotting their popping. 

No matter their level of preparation, a full 60 percent of proposers said they felt nervous when asking to tie the knot, which was a six percent increase from 2011.

Also, the average cost of an engagement ring for 2017 topped $6,300 bucks, with the average carat size weighing in at 1.8.

“Share Tables” At Schools Feed Hungry Kids And Prevent Food Waste

At public schools across the country, a lot of food gets wasted while other students go hungry. So some schools are creating “share tables” to eliminate food waste and feed hungry students. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, which runs the federal lunch program, calls share tables “an innovative strategy to encourage the consumption of nutritious foods and reduce food waste.”

The idea is simple, students drop off any unopened food or drinks they don’t want and those things stay on the share table for any student to eat or drink if they want to. Anything left at the end of the day gets donated to a local food bank, charity, or in some schools they send leftover share table items home with kids whose families could use some extra help.

“Students that are maybe less fortunate than others, don’t have a lunch or a snack at school lunch, they can come up and take fruit or we’ve seen things like chips and yogurt come off the tables,” explains eighth-grader Nick Iannone, who started a share table at his school in Wallingford, Connecticut. Let’s hope share tables start showing up in all the school cafeterias.

Source: Scary Mommy


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