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Seth and Kat’s 4 Things You Need To Know-September 7th

1.

People are anticipating Apple’s unveiling of the new iPhone 7 today. Rumors have been swirling about what the company is packing into the new version of the smartphone. Several new hands-free features are anticipated. Apple might also show off the next version of the Apple Watch and possibly a new MacBook Pro. Apple will stream the big event, beginning at 10 am Pacific Time.

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2.

The Seattle Seahawks don’t just help out 12s in our community — their reach is far greater. A video posted on the Episcopal School of Baton Rouge’s Facebook page last week thanked the organization for sending supplies for their players after damaging floods.The Seahawks donated cleats, blocking dummies, pads, yard markers to get the high school’s team back on the field.

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Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston have reportedly ended their whirlwind romance after just three months of dating. “It was an amicable split,” a source tells People of the end of HiddleSwift. Meanwhile, a source close to the pair tells E! News that it was Taylor who decided to put the relationship on hold. “Taylor felt [Hiddleston] wanted to take the relationship to be too public,” the insider reveals. “And she was not happy about it and thought it was too much publicity.”

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A coffee shop in Australia may have the strongest coffee drink in the world.  It has five grams of caffeine, which is 80 times more than a single shot of espresso . . . and about half of a LETHAL dose. Seriously.  Scientists estimate that 10 grams of caffeine would kill you, and this gets you halfway there. The drink is made out of four shots of espresso, some strong cold drip coffee, and eight ice cubes that are made out of the same coffee.  So each of the ice cubes has the equivalent of two espresso’s worth of caffeine. They wanted to make something that could keep people going for up to 18 hours in stressful jobs like shifts at the emergency room. But it does come with a warning that people with heart or blood pressure issues shouldn’t drink it.

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