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Hours At Walt Disney World For Independence Day 2014 - National Disney World | Examiner.com

Take the time on the 4th of July to enjoy the sunset The park will close to the general public at 10:00pm, and will then have two Extra Magic Hours for Walt Disney World resort guests. IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth will take place at 10:00pm. There will be an extra five minutes of fireworks called The Heartbeat of Freedom after IllumiNations. Disney's Hollywood Studios will open at 9:00am on Independence Day, and will remain open until midnight. Fantasmic! will take place at 9:00pm and again at 11:00pm. At 10:15pm there will be a special rock and roll themed fireworks display. Disney's Animal Kingdom will be open 9:00am-8:00pm on the Fourth of July. There are no special events scheduled at the park.
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Apple iWatch And Disney - Business Insider

It essentially acts as a digital ID that you wear around your wrist. The sensors within the band are also contextually aware and can detect where you are. Here's how Bajarin described one experience: But these RFID bands also had proximity features so when we were on a ride like Splash Mountain where they take a picture of you as you start the downward slide, it automatically sensed from our bands we were on the ride and that picture was automatically sent to our Disney picture site as well. Bajarin notes this mobile identity aspect could be crucial for the success of the iWatch. He even went so far as to say that Apple "would be crazy" not to pursue such an idea. What's more, this concept appears to seamlessly fit with other initiatives Apple is rumored to be prioritizing moving forward. Numerous reports have suggested that the company will dive deeper into mobile payments this year, and Bajarin's reasoning makes the iWatch seem like a perfect fit for that goal. Bajarin writes: Imagine going into a Starbucks and just touching your iWatch or iBand to the terminal, entering a PIN numberand it is charged to your Apple account...Yes, you can do this with an iPhone now but that means taking it out of your pocket or purse and it is only single authentication at present. In a wearable, it is much easier to use for entering the home and for all types of interactions and transactions. New products around the connected home will also supposedly be a big priority for Apple in the coming months. Apple just announced its HomeKit smart home platform for developers earlier this month, and the company is said to be working on its own connected home hardware as well. Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald also previously proposed a theory that suggested the iWatch could be used to control the appliances in your home.
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