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Thursday, 26 October 2017

Are you ready for Christmas in October?

WEATHER- It looks like it is going to rain today in Cairo, even though temperatures are still expected to break north of 30°C.

Don’t let the weather get you down — tomorrow is still looking an awful lot like Christmas:

The new Assassin’s Creed: Origins is out tomorrow. It’s set in Ancient Egypt. Check out the first 20 minutes of the game here, starting off in the Siwa Oasis in 49 BC.

All episodes of season two of Stranger Things drop on Netflix. We’re re-watching season one with family in anticipation. If you’re planning to watch season two and don’t want to re-watch, the New York Times has got you covered with a guide: ‘Stranger Things’ Returns Friday. Here’s What to Remember.

It’s iPhone day: The iPhone 8 and 8 plus will officially launch in Egypt, and the iPhone X becomes available for pre-order in many markets. MacRumors has a piece on “How to pre-order the iPhone X as quickly as possible with the Apple Store app.” Not going to pre-order today? The iSheep among you will still want to read Bloomberg’s “Inside Apple’s struggle to get the iPhone X to market on time.” The piece reports that Apple “let suppliers reduce accuracy of the phone’s Face ID system to speed up production,” a claim the tech company loudly denies.

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