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How to activate your new iPhone 13 and 13 Pro

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If you just got the latest iPhone 13 or 13 Pro, the first thing you will need to do is activate it to get it to work.

If you have a previous iPhone, make sure you have disabled the Find My Phone service on it. Some people are reporting that this is what has been causing them issues during the activation process.

After doing that, just follow these steps and you should be good to go:

  1. Press and hold the power button on the top-right edge of the phone to power it on.
  2. Make sure your SIM card is in and confirm your number. Should this fail, you will need to contact Apple since there could be a problem with your phone.
  3. Next, depending on your provider, you might need to go through a lot of loops and steps, like a pin from a locked provider phone. For this, it’s best to look at each provider’s website where they will likely have specific instructions for activating a phone.
  4. After all this, though, the process should be easier. Select your language and location, connect to your internet, and complete the steps to get everything set up.
  5. The rest of the setup will depend on if this is your first iPhone or not. If it’s not, you can transfer everything from your old one locally. If it is your first phone or you want to start from scratch, you will need to customize each part of your phone to suite your needs.

If you are still having trouble and can’t seem to get your new iPhone to work at all, you should head on over to Apple’s support page, which will be able to go through a host of issues and get you sorted.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/mobile/news/how-to-activate-your-new-iphone-13-and-13-pro

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Only 6 players hold on to perfect pick’ems halfway through the League 2021 Worlds quarterfinals

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The League of Legends 2021 World Championship is quickly coming to a close. Since the start of the event, we’ve had to say painful goodbyes to former world champions, yet also welcome new competitors into the later stages of the tournament. This has dealt a major blow to the pick’ems of millions of players.

Out of the 6,011,257 players that participated in this year’s pick’ems to the order of how teams advance through Worlds, only six remain perfect at the halfway point of the quarterfinals. These players successfully predicted upsets such as FunPlus Phoenix’s elimination in the Worlds group stage and EDG’s victory against RNG today, which marked the team as the sole remaining LPL contender for the world championship.

Just one week ago, a few thousand players remained in the Baron Nashor tier of this year’s pick’ems, though many were thwarted by the first four-way tie in group stage history, which enabled MAD Lions and Gen.G to advance to the quarterfinals. Since then, many of these players have fallen into the Elder Dragon tier, which contains 47 players, and Blue Sentinel tier, with around 6,200 players. The players in the Baron Nashor tier will now have to hope that their pick’ems remain intact after MAD battles DWG KIA tomorrow and Gen.G and Cloud9 finish the quarterfinals on Monday.

Should any player retain perfect pick’ems through the quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals of the 2021 World Championship, they will be rewarded with every Ultimate skin currently available in the game, consisting of skins for Lux, Ezreal, Udyr, Miss Fortune, Seraphine, and Sona. Players that do not maintain perfect pick’ems will receive exclusive icons based on the points they have accumulated throughout the entirety of Worlds. The rewards will appear in their inventories once the event concludes on Nov. 6.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/league-of-legends/news/only-6-players-hold-on-to-perfect-pickems-halfway-through-the-league-2021-worlds-quarterfinals

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Cloud9, NRG dominate NA ALGS day 3

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After week one of the ALGS North America Pro League, several big-name teams were looking to come back from a disappointing first week. In the second week of play, two of those teams delivered.

NRG began the day in a big way, playing outside of The Dome and picking up kill after kill with the zone at their backs, with teams forced to rotate either around or straight into them. Charlotte Phoenix ultimately picked up the first win, but NRG ended the first match in the overall lead on the day after placing second with 11 kills. It was the perfect way for NRG to start given their struggles in week one. They only had one point entering week two of Pro League, but the team bounced back nicely to take control of the lobby from the first game.

Cloud9 flexed their muscles in the second game of the day, finally securing their first game victory of North America’s Pro League. And they did it in typical fashion for them, running and gunning as their trio of Zach Mazer, Paris “StayNaughty” Gouzoulis, and TSM creator Mac “Albralelie” Beckwith put together a nine-kill victory.

Perhaps even more impressive was NRG’s continued streak of form, turning a situation where, down a man and swarmed with enemies all around him, IGL Chris “sweetdreams” Sexton somehow secured extra kills for the team and came out of the game with another second-place finish, staying atop the overall leaderboard.

NRG continued their magical run by notching their first win of the day in game three, and C9 were right behind them. With the zone pulling up to the northeast of World’s Edge, C9 took advantage of a final circle very close to their Climatizer landing spot. They found countless high-ground positions, securing kills and third parties along the way. With the field whittled down to three full teams in the final circle, it appeared that C9 would take their second game in a row, with the high ground yet again.

NRG had different plans.

When C9 tried to peek over the fighting NRG and BenchWarmers squads, Sweet turned and knocked both StayNaughty and Zach from the low ground, while RamBeau flanked Albralelie and finished off the team with the best spot in the game. Playing behind his teammate’s knockdown shields, Sweet pulled off the one-vs-one against RamBeau. In most situations, 55 points from three games would be an utterly dominant position for NRG in first place. C9’s high-kill games, however, kept them in touch with the NRG boys, with the rest of the lobby trailing further behind the two frontrunners.

C9 would prove that no point total is safe in the very next game. NRG grabbed 10 kills in a game that ended in Geyser on the very eastern edge of the map, but were bounced in sixth place. C9 took full advantage, grabbing the winning position and this time, taking the victory again with eight kills of their own, cutting NRG’s lead to just three points. With two games left, the rest of the lobby was chasing TSM with third, who were already an incredible 26 points behind C9 in second.

C9 would make that gap even larger in game five, securing the lead with a second-place finish and 15 kills, finally overtaking NRG and jumping out to a 16-point lead overall on the day. It was one of those games where it just seemed like C9 kept running, kept finding third parties, and kept getting kills, right up until the end. They even had time for a few extra-curricular activities along the way.

Free agent team Unlucky picked up the win in game five, but all eyes were on the top two names on the table.

Despite NRG trying to push for another miracle in the final game of the day, they ultimately couldn’t climb the final mountain. It was Renegades who finished off the day with a giant 15-kill victory, leapfrogging TSM and taking the third-place finish overall.

For C9, the victory was a realization of the potential the team has always had but has also failed to show so often since adding Albralelie to the roster. For NRG, the game was a vital bounce-back from a slow start in week one. Both teams firmly re-established themselves as teams to beat in North America in week two of the Pro League, considering they left all others in their wake. And both teams have also placed themselves in prime position to qualify for the first split playoffs. There are, however, still plenty more match days to come, and plenty more opportunities for teams behind them to gain. They’ve earned their place at the top of NA this week. Next week, they’ll have to keep it.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/apex-legends/news/cloud9-and-nrg-dominate-na-algs-day-3

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Los Angeles Gladiators signs ANS

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Former San Francisco Shock hitscan Lee “ANS” Seon-chang is going to play the next season of the Overwatch League in purple. The expert hitscan signed with the Los Angeles Gladiators today, marking another pickup for the team in the offseason.

ANS was a core part of the San Francisco Shock’s 2020 championship campaign, and his prowess on heroes such as Widowmaker and Ashe made him one of the deadliest players in the league. The Shock, however, dropped seven of its players in a drastic offseason move—including its DPS lineup in ANS, Sean “ta1yo” Henderson, Charlie “nero” Zwarg, and Lim “Glister” Gil-seong.

The Los Angeles Gladiators snagged the hitscan expert as part of its own roster experiments. During the offseason, the Gladiators dropped head coach David “dpei” Pei, flex DPS Chris “MirroR” Trinh, and main tank Kim “MuZe” Young-han. Two other members of the Gladiators also swapped colors this offseason. The Gladiators dropped support Grant “moth” Espe, and Overwatch legend Kim “birdring” Ji-hyeok retired from the team earlier this month.

ANS isn’t the only confirmed presence on the Gladiators next season. The team signed the Philadelphia Fusion’s Daniel “FunnyAstro” Hathaway earlier this month and opted to maintain Kim “Shu” Jin-seo, Kim “Skewed” Min-seok, and DPS Kevin “Kevster” Persson for the next season.

Meanwhile, the Shock’s drastic moves left only main tank Matthew “Super” DeLisi and flex support Park “Viol2t” Min-ki signed to the team for the time being after off-tank Choi “ChoiHyoBin” Hyo-bin’s retirement earlier this month.

Fans can catch ANS in action when the next season of the Overwatch League returns in April. The competition’s fifth season will be played in an early build of Overwatch 2.

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Source: https://dotesports.com/overwatch/news/los-angeles-gladiators-signs-ans

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Phasmophobia Nightmare Halloween Update Coming Oct. 25

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Phasmophobia's Nightmare update is set to launch on Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, at 11 a.m. ET.

Phasmophobia’s Nightmare update is set to launch on Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, at 11 a.m. ET. / Photo courtesy of Kinetic Games

The next major Phasmophobia update, Nightmare, is set to launch on Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, at 11 a.m. ET., Kinetic Games announced Friday.

As posted on Twitter, Kinetic Games has not dropped the release date and time for the fast-approaching Nightmare update, but also a major tease of the hit four-player, investigative horror game’s next map.

About a month after Phasmophobia’s One Year Anniversary Update, which added an offline single-player mode, an overhaul to the game’s journal system and more, the Nightmare Halloween update is sure to spice things up once again just in time for the spooky season.

Whereas at this point in time nearly a year ago, Phasmophobia was only one month removed from its initial launch and had one ghost added in time for Halloween, the new Nightmare update appears primed to outdo that showing bigtime.

According to Kinetic Games’ public Trello board, the Oct. 25 Halloween update will reportedly add the long-rumored Nightmare Difficulty, two new ghost types, a difficulty rework, a “Campsite” map, and “much, much” more to Phasmophobia.

At the time of writing, the Halloween update remains in the testing phase, so it’s only a matter of time before Phasmophobia players can dive into the new content and get their heart rates pumping.

More details of the Phasmophobia Nightmare Halloween update are set to come out when the full patch notes drop alongside its launch.

Phasmophobia is available on PC (via Steam). It does have VR support, but does not require a VR system to play.

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Source: https://www.dbltap.com/posts/phasmophobia-nightmare-halloween-update-coming-oct-25-01fjqg9hzk38?utm_source=RSS

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