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Apple 2020 Event: What’s Launched iPhone 12?

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At the special ‘Time Flies’ event, Apple launched various products but the hype for iPhone 12 still remains. We could expect the iPhone 12 in October 2020 till then we have some exciting news about the latest products that Apple has launched.

Apple Watch Series 6

Today Apple has launched its very new & colorful apple watch. It comes with new Almunum blue color, Stainless steel design which comes in gold & graphite finish. For the first time, Apple extended its ProductRED lineup to an apple watch in gorgeous all Red color. Apple watch series 6 comes with the latest Watch OS7 & many advanced features.

Thanks to the advanced sensors now you can detect your Blood Oxygen level from your wrist just in 15 seconds.other than that you Series 6 has a brighter always-on display. Since Apple launched new Watch OS 7 so now you can more customize your apple watch. There are plenty of new watch faces including the Memoji face also now non iPhone user can also use Apple Watch’s many features. Apple Watch Series 6 starts at $399

Apple Watch SE

apple watch se

The increasing popularity of the Apple watch. for the first time, Apple has launched its budged SE version to an apple watch. Apple Watch SE comes with many same features like previous Series 4 but it has the advanced latest S5 chip which makes its 2 times faster than the widely famous Apple Watch Series 3. Apple Watch SE starts at $279

iPad 8th Gen

iPad 8th Generation

Just like watch Apple has launched its two variants of iPad.iPad 8th Gen comes with the A12 bionic chip which makes the iPad more powerful. 40 percent faster CPU & 2 times faster graphics.iPad 8th Gen now supports apple pencil & there’s latest iPad OS coming. iPad 8th Gen starts from $329 & $299 (for Students)

iPad Air

iPad Air Blue

The most powerful & most beautiful iPad is here. The new iPad Air has an all-aluminum design with TouchID on top of it. Apple launched various 5 colors including new rose gold, blue & sky blue.it has 10.9 Liquid retina display with a display ratio of 2360×1640. A14 bionic chip makes this device faster & at the last finally Apple is started adapting USB Type-C in iPad Air. iPad Air starts from $599

Apple One

Apple One List

Apple is decided to offer its various services like Apple Music, iCloud, Arcade, Apple TV+, Fitness+ & News into a bundled monthly subscription. Plans start from $14.95 to up to $29.95 per month for family sharing subscription.

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Stephen Colbert counters Joe Rogan’s debate offer to Trump and Biden

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Stephen Colbert wants to moderate a debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden

We are just two weeks out from the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in what should be an interesting night of television. Stephen Colbert has his own ideas on how to spice up the debates even more after hearing Joe Rogan offer to do the same.

Rogan recently stated he would be open to moderating a debate on his podcast between President Trump and former Vice President Biden. The president tweeted his support for the idea, indicating that he would be receptive to the unique format.

And while the debates have already been scheduled and the likelihood of the candidates getting the Joe Rogan experience are minuscule, that isn’t stopping other entertainers from making counteroffers. First in line is Late Show host Stephen Colbert.

Colbert outlined his plan for a debate that would blow Rogan’s out of the water. Knowing how much President Trump cares about ratings, he may find it hard to pass on Colbert’s offer.

Stephen Colbert goes all out in his debate offer to President Trump and Vice President Biden

A presidential candidate joining a popular podcast like “The Joe Rogan Experience” or “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend” isn’t a crazy idea. It is no different from appearing on a late-night show or any other media format. But for anyone who realistically expects President Trump and Vice President Biden to hold a debate on a podcast is in for a reality check.

That is the idea behind Stephen Colbert’s offer being so outlandish. In case you didn’t catch all of it, here is the Late Show host’s offer to the two candidates:

It would be eight hours, locked room, no names, no cameras, only one boardwalk caricature artist. Winner is whichever candidate has the biggest head. Let me sweeten the pot a little bit gentlemen. I’m talking one stage, one podium, on wheels, zips back and forth. Two competitors, two shields. One man has a sword, the other one has a net and a trident. One hungry lion in a Coloseum. Each man will get 30 minutes to make one meal from the ingridients found in our mystery basket.

The closest we’ll get to a scene like this is a parody from Saturday Night Live next month. Instead, we’ll see a debate that looks and sounds like all the others we’ve seen. Maybe in another four years Stephen Colbert and Joe Rogan will get a chance.

What did you think of Stephen Colbert’s monologue last night? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Is The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon new tonight, September 15?

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The Long Way Up.

Next up will be music icon Willie Nelson and his sister Bobbie Nelson. They’ll discuss their new book Me and Sister Bobbie: True Tales of the Family Band.

Finally, The Tonight Show is capped off with a musical performance by Kesha. Her fourth studio album High Road was released earlier this year.

How to watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

If you’re a music fan or a motorcycle fan, then this is the show to catch. Here are all the details you need to watch the show:

Date: Tuesday, Sept. 15
Start Time: 11:35 p.m.
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the NBC website or app.

Will you be watching The Tonight Show? Let us know in the comment section below. Be sure to check back tomorrow for all the highlights.

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New Movies + Shows to Watch this Weekend: Netflix’s ‘Ratched’ + More

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Ah, another week in the books which means another weekend is waiting just ahead for us! While some people will be busy this weekend celebrating the Jewish New Year (l’shana tova!), that does not mean you can’t spend your time hiding from all your relatives bored out of your mind! Why not use those precious minutes of peace as an opportunity to catch up on all your favorite titles? And this weekend, there are a ton of new movies and shows on streaming ready for you to discover. But don’t waste your time figuring out what to watch, because whether you’re looking on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or all of the above, starting with the freshest titles is always the wisest move. Here are the new releases you can watch this weekend and where to stream them.

New Movies and Shows to Stream This Weekend: Ratched, PEN15 Season 2, and All In: The Fight for Democracy

People are already buzzing about the binge-worthy shows and new movies on streaming this weekend, so we won’t let you get behind. First up on Netflix is the new series Ratched, the thrilling drama show starring Sarah Paulson as the infamous villain from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Over on Hulu, the hysterically-traumatic series Pen15 is releasing its second cringe-worthy season; and on Amazon Prime Video All In: The Fight for Democracy is ready and waiting for those who are looking to educate themselves on a major issue facing U.S. citizens today: voter suppression. We could keep raving about the impressive titles new on streaming this weekend, but instead we will just direct you to the content below:

New on Netflix September 18: Ratched

Sarah Paulson is Nurse Ratched in the new hit series Ratched on Netflix. Inspired by the classic novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” this Ryan Murphy and Evan Romansky drama series takes a deep dive into the story behind the novel’s main antagonist, Nurse Mildred Ratched and how she scammed, manipulated and bribed her way into psychiatric hospital in 1947. Star Sarah Paulson portrays the titular character as a woman teetering on the edge of both good and evil, and you never quite know if she considers herself the hero or villain of her own story, making the dark and twisted series that more compelling. Get ready to meet the real nurse in Ratched, one of the top shows to watch this month on Netflix.

Stream Ratched on Netflix

New on Hulu September 18: PEN15: Season 2

The adorkable comedy series Pen15 is back for another cringe-worthy, hormone-raging season on Hulu. Creators Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle are back to play the younger, teenage outcast versions of themselves in this hit comedy series set in the year 2000. However, this season you can expect all the same fun but also a twinge of darkness as the show examines the fallout of Anna’s parents’ divorce. But worry not, Pen15 seems to have beaten the sophomore slump with an impossibly-funnier second season that brings all the laughs and a ton more heart.

Stream PEN15: Season 2 on Hulu

New on Amazon Prime Video September 18: All In: The Fight for Democracy

New on Amazon Prime Video is All In: The Fight for Democracy, the exposing documentary about the truth of voter suppression in America. Through this film, filmmakers Lisa Cortes and Liz Garbus examine the history of voter suppression in the country and introduce us to the activists who are fighting the fight for U.S. citizens today. With interviews from today’s top leaders such as Stacey Abrams, Carol Anderson, Kristen Clarke and more, All In: The Fight for Democracy will inspire you to get to the polls and try to help those who have a harder time doing so.

Stream All In: The Fight for Democracy on Prime Video

Full List of New Movies and Shows on Streaming This Weekend

The options above only scratch the surface, so you know that this weekend’s full lineup will have amazing options for what to watch this weekend! For the full breakdown of the best movies and shows to stream now, or if you’re still undecided on what to stream this weekend, then check out the complete list below:

New on Netflix- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

American Barbecue Showdown *NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous *NETFLIX FAMILY
Ratched *NETFLIX ORIGINAL

New on Hulu- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Babyteeth (2019)
Gemini Man (2019)
Pen15: Complete Season 2 (Hulu Original)
Sherman’s Showcase: Black History Month Special (IFC)
StarDog and TurboCat (2020)
The Fight (2020)

Released Sunday, September 20

The Haunted (2020)

New on Amazon Prime Video- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

All In: The Fight for Democracy *Amazon Original Movie (2020)
Antebellum (2020)
Gemini Man (2019)
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (2019)

New on Disney+ – Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Becoming – Original Series Premiere: Episodes 101-110 Available *Disney+ Original
Bend it Like Beckham
Coop & Cami Ask the World (S2)
Europe from Above (S1)
Ever After: A Cinderella Story
Kingdom of the Mummies (S1)
Marvel Super Hero Adventures (s4)
Notre Dame: Race Against the Inferno
Once Upon a Time (S1-7)
One Day At Disney – Episode 142 – “Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko: Veterinarian” *Disney+ Original
Soy Luna (S2-3)
Violetta (S3)
Weird But True – Episode 306 – “Trains” *Disney+ Original
Wicked Tuna (S9)

New on HBO- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Habla Now (HBO)
La Musiquita Por Dentro, 2019 (HBO)

Released Saturday, September 19

The Invisible Man, 2020 (HBO)

New on Starz- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

Absolute Deception (2013)
Air (2015)
Brigsby Bear (2017)
Buttons: A Christmas Tale (2018)
Gattaca (1997)
Go (1999)
Maggie’s Plan (2016)
Man Of The House (2005)
Maudie (2017)
Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer (2017)
The Ballad Of Lucy Whipple (2000)
The Bravados (1958)
The Broken Land (1962)
The Bronze (2016)
The Covenant (2006)
The Glass House (2001)
The Master Of Disguise (2002)
Third Person (2014)
Truth (2015)

Released Sunday, September 20

Power Book II: Ghost – Episode 103

New on Showtime- Full List

Released Saturday, September 19

Paranoia

New on BritBox- Full List

Released Friday, September 18

This Farming Life: Season 4 | Exclusive, North American Premiere

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