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The Most Important Smartphone Feature Is…

New survey reveals what are the key features they desire in a Smartphone


  • A new survey finds that the most important smartphone feature for most people is battery life
  • Memory or storage was the most important feature for 18 to 34-year-olds, while those 45 to 55+ are more interested in a smartphone carrier
  • Cameras are the most important feature to 18 to 24-year-olds, with the folks in that age range admitting to taking selfies nearly once every two days. 

Whenever Apple or any other company reveals the latest additions to their Smartphone offerings they usually highlight innovations like a great new camera, or a virtually unbreakable screen, and while those are all well and good, they aren't the most important things to most phone users. 

A new survey finds that the most important smartphone feature for most people is actually battery life. Of course, different generations place more importance on different features. For example, memory or storage was the most important feature for 18 to 34-year-olds, while those 45 to 55+ are more interested in a smartphone carrier, which is one of the least important things to people 18 to 44.

Cameras are also a big deal for younger generations, with 18 to 24-year-olds noting it is the most important smartphone feature for them. This probably isn’t shocking, considering the survey also finds that most people in that age range admit to taking selfies nearly once every two days.

  • As for what people are using their smartphones for the most, well, turns out it’s email. In fact, respondents say they check emails an average of 26.3 days a month. 

Source: Financial Content

This Is When You’ll Pay The Most To Go To Disney World


 Disney’s new pricing structure is now in effect, revealing the most, and least expensive days to visit the park


  • Disney recently announced that ticket prices for Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, will now be based on whether it's high or low season
  • Now that the new pricing is in effect, we can see how much it will actually cost
  • A four-day pass during the high season of Christmas break costs about $433.44, while going just one month later goes down to $373.43

As we previously told you, Disney recently announced changes to how they’re going to charge customers for tickets to Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, with busier times of the year costing more than quieter weeks and months. Well, with the changes going into affect this week, we now know when folks will spend the most, and the least, and not surprising, those with kids will likely still be paying a lot. 

Peak attendance days, like over the summer and during Christmas break will, obviously, set parents back more. For example, a four-day pass between December 26th and 29th, when kids are out of school, will cost $433.44, or about $109, but if you go just a month later, between January 26th to 29th, the prices go down to $373.43 for four days, or $94 a day.

“The least expensive [dates] I saw were the last two weeks of January through the second week of February,” Cara Goldsbury of Glass Slipper Concierge, a Disney-certified travel agency, says, noting that late August and early September, when kids are back in school, is also cheaper.

And while some folks were worried the new ticketing system and pricing would be confusing, Goldsbury says it looks pretty straightforward, and notes it will likely help Disney in their goals towards making the park less crowded. She adds, “When [guests] find out that it’s going to be so much more enjoyable at a less crowded time or less expensive time, they can put that money that they’re saving into doing a VIP tour or something, having a much more enjoyable vacation."

Source: New York Post 


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