Editor’s Notes: Iconic men’s magazine Playboy has joined forces with Anti Social Social club on a small capsule to kick off Fall. By utilizing the ASSC logo and Playboy bunny respectively, each are adorned across black caps, tees and hoodies in vibrant pink.
The limited edition range debuts on Saturday, September 23, 2017 starting 8 a.m. PST.
Previously, in a recent report from Business Insider, Morgan Stanley analysts noted that Jordan Brand’s performance was on the decline and shared, “The risk is this is a sign Nike has the previously unthinkable ‘brand problem’ with its Jordan Brand.”
Now, it has been officially confirmed today by NDP Group’s sports industry analyst Matt Powell, who tweeted that adidas has overtaken Jordan as the number 2 brand in the United States for sports footwear, an achievement he never thought he would see in his lifetime.
Adidas has overtaken Jordan as the #2 brand in U.S. sport footwear. This is an achievement I never thought I would see in my lifetime.
Actor Alec Baldwin on Sunday won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy for his impersonation of President Trump on “Saturday Night Live.”
Baldwin, who impersonated Trump during the 2016 presidential race and following his inauguration, dedicated the award to Trump in his speech.
“At long last, Mr. President, here is your Emmy,” Baldwin said.
Trump’s show “The Apprentice” aired on NBC from 2004 to 2010, followed by the “Celebrity Apprentice” spinoff. During that time, the show was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program twice, losing both times to “The Amazing Race.”
Baldwin has played Trump interacting with a shirtless Vladimir Putin, answering questions at his first press conference in months and debating Democratic Hillary Clinton.
His Trump impersonation has caused the president to more than once tweet his anger at the show. In mid-January, Trump tweeted that “SNL” was the “worst of NBC.”
Baldwin, a vocal Trump opponent, has said “SNL” has a responsibility to mock the commander in chief.
After talking with Rae Sremmurd last month, Montreality now interviews hip-hop trio Migos in its latest episode. While the long-awaited joint album from Travis Scott and Quavo is one of this year’s much anticipated project, more details of the forthcoming record have been revealed in this sitdown.
Fast forwarding to the 2:22 mark in the above video, Quavo says that the album is “going to drop real, real soon. Soon as I get some time,” He also adds, “We’ve been making a whole bunch of records; we got a lot of records together right now, we’ve probably got like 20 records, we just need to get some time and just sort ’em out.”
When asked about their upcoming album, Culture 2, Migos simply stated “Culture 2 is a masterpiece man..We setting a trend, we started this whole lil wave, we started the whole genre, the whole flow, the whole melody. Ain’t nobody right now who can say they ain’t took our flow. We ain’t tripping, we never did trip. Hip Hop has changed in a big way, We changed it.”
The trio also delved in to a few other topics like the jobs they had as a teenager, favorite cartoon characters, their message to the youth and much more.
When millions of iPads and iPhones are updated to iOS 11 tomorrow, older 32-bit apps that have not been updated with iOS 11 support will no longer launch.
If you attempt to open one of these 32-bit apps, iOS 11 will refuse to open it and will offer up a message that says the app needs to be updated to work with the new operating system.
You’re also not going to find 32-bit apps available when searching in the new App Store, nor can previously downloaded 32-bit apps be installed through the Purchased tab.
Apple has not widely publicized the imminent lack of support for 32-bit apps, so when older apps stop working tomorrow, it could come as a shock to the users who are still have them installed and use them regularly.
Apple has, however, attempted to warn customers. Starting with the launch of iOS 10.1 in October of 2016, when launching a 32-bit app, Apple informed customers that older apps “may slow down your iPhone.” As of iOS 10.3, a more explicit message has been provided: “This app will not work with future versions of iOS.”
Customers who have paid attention to these warnings may not be as surprised, but not everyone may have seen or read the warnings.
Apple began transitioning to 64-bit apps when the iPhone 5s launched in September of 2013. All apps and app updates have been required to use 64-bit architecture since June of 2015, so all apps that are 32-bit have not been updated for at least two years.
Many app developers have gone back and added 64-bit support to older apps, but there are still bound to be many apps that lack support.
Current iOS 10 users can check to see if there are any 32-bit apps on their iOS devices in the Settings app. Go to General –> About –> Applications to see the “App Compatibility” section that lists any outdated apps.
iOS 11 is only compatible with devices that feature a 64-bit chip, meaning it works with everything that has an A7 or newer chip. Specifically, iOS 11 is compatible with iPhone 5s, SE, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7 Plus, and 7, along with the new fifth-generation iPad, the iPad Air, the iPad Air 2, all iPad Pro models, the iPad mini 2 and later, and the 6th generation iPod touch.
Customers on older devices like the iPhone 5 and 5c that can’t install iOS 11 will not be affected.
With Rihanna providing PUMA a strong advocate in leading its women’s division through the FENTY line, the sportswear brand has now tapped global pop superstar Selena Gomez for a long-term partnership.
While the length of the contract isn’t listed, Selena will start working with PUMA immediately, revolving around designing products and creating marketing campaigns as she’ll appear in the brand’s newest campaign for the Phenom, an upcoming women’s footwear drop.
“Being part of the PUMA family is very exciting for me,” said Selena Gomez. “PUMA has changed the game when it comes to the mash-up of athletic wear and fashion. It’s amazing to see this influence on style and culture and I’m excited to be a part of it. I am hoping that we can create something special together. We already have some really cool projects in the works.”
Adam Petrick, Global Director for Brand and Marketing for PUMA also shared, “In recent days, she has demonstrated just how strong she truly is. With her honesty and openness about living with Lupus, she has provided an incredible example of confidence, poise, and determination for all of us. Selena is a perfect partner for PUMA because she is not afraid of the challenges our world can offer; she fights and perseveres, which is exactly what PUMA is all about. She will not only represent our brand, but she will help to define and enhance our women’s business.”