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New iPhone leaks give insight into upcoming device launch; Group therapy comes in many forms, including jogging

Today is Friday, Feb. 21, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning!

Apple fans are anticipating great things from the tech company as the newest addition to the iPhone lineup is expected to be formally introduced next month. The device could be the new preferred gadget for many consumers as it offers the latest technology in a smaller shell.

Whether it’s called the iPhone 9 or the iPhone SE 2, consumers will be happy to learn the handheld consists of technology from the most recent generation iPhones while holding the shape of the popular iPhone 8. With one of the lowest price points in the Apple lineup, users won’t have to give up that premium feel for affordability.

The device is rumored to contain an A13 bionic processing chip, the same one that made the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro so speedy. The 4.7 inch display will likely be present again with a glass back that allows for wireless charging. Prices will likely start between $449 to $499 when the product launches and will decrease as a new iPhone model is dropped. 

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Ohio University’s Counseling and Psychological Services launched a weekly jogging group counseling option. (The Post)

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Ohio men’s basketball will travel to Bowling Green on Saturday. (The Post)

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Podcasts from The Post:

Hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Jake Paul, Justin Bieber, the forthcoming Disney adaptation of Rapunzel and more in this week’s episode of ‘Stay Tuned.’ (The Post)

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