Apple Black Friday announcement comes as the company may be looking to boost sales around the holidays. Apple latest earnings results marked the third consecutive quarter in which year over year revenue had declined. And although Apple sold more iPhones than expected in the previous quarter, iPhone shipments fell by 5%, as CNBC notes..
Finally, the OPC’s proponents claim the project respects Olmsted’s original vision. That’s not true, and we know that because Olmsted said so. The 1895 plan to heal the park included treatment of the landscape surrounding the Museum of Science and Industry to highlight that building’s architecture.
Fitness coach Craig McGinlay, who has worked as a strength and conditioning specialist at Falkirk, St Mirren and rugby’s Glasgow Warriors, has landed a leading role in new Scottish kilts and claymores epic The Fairy Flag.The 28 year old is also the face of the new Irn Bru advert for the Commonwealth Games, released last week and has completed several short films, including a new Glasgow superhero movie and a vampire/werewolf flick.The bearded part time model, who played rugby for Scotland Under 18s, landed his big break after standing in as a weightlifter in a Commonwealth Games brand launch advert last year after scouts were impressed by his imposing physique and Celtic warrior looks.Paisley born Craig said: “I was contacted after that by an acting agency which was a total shock, because I’d never done anything like that before.”Off the back of that first Commonwealth Games advert I was contacted to do a couple of commercials including the Irn Bru one then Visit Scotland, National Trust and McEwan’s Red.”A couple of movie directors contacted me to say after the first one they liked my look but could I act? I’d only ever done a couple of sessions in sixth year at Hutchison’s Grammar. But I went for it.”In the last seven months, Craig has completed a clutch of short films and his first main role in a full length feature in The Fairy Flag.Craig McGinlay on the set of The Fairy FlagHe said: “I play a superhero in a short film called Team Up which was great fun, in a superhero costume and flying. I’ve always idolised Christopher Reeve because I loved the Superman films so to play a superhero in Glasgow is great fun.”Glasgow based Craig still works part time as a fitness consultant, running his own business.But these days he’s on the receiving end of gruelling physical workouts, being trained by George Johnston who trained Matt Damon for the Bourne films, Christian Bale for Batman and Daniel Craig for Bond ahead of his role in upcoming vampire film Dark Haven.Craig said: “On The Fairy Flag I was working with fight director Seoras Wallace who worked with Mel Gibson for Braveheart and Russell Crowe in Gladiator.