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A publication on social networks can acquire a different purpose than the original in a matter of seconds when it leaves our devices to the eyes of the viewers. So, precisely it happened a few days ago, with the popular NFL player, Tom brady, who became a trend on Twitter after sharing a post on Instagram showing the suffocating 99-degree temperature that marked the screen of his car.

What could have been any photo of the American football star, changed its meaning when his followers noticed that the billionaire athlete has the iPhone 6, corresponding to Apple’s launch in 2015.

Tom Brady has good reason to stick with iPhone 6

Immediately, the hypotheses as to why the man with a wealth of 200 million dollars still uses an iPhone from that year, took Twitter.

Some users thought that Brady only uses this device for musical purposes in his car. However, the most popular conclusion agreed that the number of this generation has sentimental value for the player, since corresponds to the number of titles achieved in the Super Bowl.

Tom Brady still uses an iPhone 6 I see why I needed that Tampa contract that man is down bad

– Čöłęÿ Mīçk (@ColeyMick) August 2, 2020

Brady, who recently joined the Tampa-based team after two decades in New England, is entering his 21st year in the league. He signed a two-year, fully guaranteed $ 50 million contract in March.

On the occasion of his 43rd birthday and the congratulations extended by his new team and his fans on Twitter, Brady wanted to take advantage of the commotion caused by the revelation of his mobile phone, and He replied with a message, hinting that a new iPhone could be given away to celebrate the occasion.

Thank you for the bday wishes !! Might treat myself to a new iPhone this year…

– Tom Brady (@TomBrady) August 3, 2020

Will he get ahead of the Super Bowl results and go for the iPhone 7?

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Biden makes largest ad buy yet as he continues to eclipse Trump on the airwaves

The Biden campaign announced its largest ad buy yet this week, lavishing some $65 million on broadcast, digital, and print in key battleground states, according to CNN.

The announcement comes on the heels of the Biden camp bolstering its war chest with a staggering $364 million haul in the month of August.  

The campaign's chief messaging in two new ads that ran this week centered around health care and Republicans' repeated efforts to kill preexisting condition coverage.

"If Donald Trump gets rid of our health care law, my son won't be protected," says a mom whose son has leukemia. "We need a president who will protect our healthcare, and that's Joe Biden." The ad aired in Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, according to CNN.

The Trump campaign, which had gone dark in most states, finally got back to some advertising centered on the economy this week in North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Nebraska's 2nd Congressional District, and Maine's 2nd Congressional District. The campaign also halted ad buys this week that it had previously made in Iowa, Nevada, and Ohio. The Biden campaign hasn't spent heavily in those states, though Biden has already significantly outspent Trump to date in Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, and Wisconsin. 

The Biden campaign has also released a battery of new TV, digital, and radio ads intended to reach Black and Latino voters in key battleground states. Several of the Spanish language ads in Florida focus on the economy and Trump's abysmal response to Hurricane Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico in 2017.

But one other measure of the most intense battlegrounds is where the candidates are spending their time. According to journalist Bill Sher, Biden has been logging the most time in Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.


I'm adding a day to PA to account for last night's CNN town hall

I have not yet seen any announcements for travel days next week

Biden general election days in battlegrounds to date:

PA: 4
FL: 1
MI: 1
MN: 1
WI: 1
AZ: 0
GA: 0
ME02: 0
NE02: 0
IA: 0
NV: 0
NC: 0
OH: 0
TX: 0

— Bill Scher (@billscher) September 18, 2020

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