Two weeks ago, the University of Oxford female rugby team released a nude photo shoot to sell off their calendar, now the University of Liverpool Female Rugby team have stripped off and it worked perfectly. Their calendar sold out pretty quick. They were sold to support Coppafeel, a charity organisation which teaches women how to check their breasts regularly to detect cancer in it s early stages.
Eve Watton, 19, a second year English and Spanish student and the captain of the team said: The calendar really helped the team last year with away matches and equipment as women s rugby league is really under funded.
We couldn t survive without it. All the girls are so thrilled to have sold out of our calendar for the second year in a row. Nobody expected how much publicity it would gain and the support we have received has been really lovely.
We are so thrilled to have raised such a large amount of money for a fantastic charity.
As a team we would like to thank everyone who has bought a calendar and supported us and Coppafeel.
Under the reign of Steve Jobs, Apple skyrocketed to take their heretofore unchallenged place at the top. Perhaps they ve gotten too comfortable being number one, clearing stock at a rate unprecedented in the mobile technology industry with every new iPhone release, and being synonymous with premium quality.
To the average uninformed user, the iPhone just feels superior, whether they can explain it or not. Now, several years into the absence of Steve Jobs at Apple, cracks are starting to form.
As usual, iPhones 6 and 6s capture an enormous amount of sales from its loyal fan base; but users are now starting to grumble.
Complaints have emerged pertaining to the Touch ID features of the new iPhones, citing issues with verification.
Home buttons overheating, batteries frying and dying overnight, as well as poor battery life of the iOS 9 are common problems among users.
While Apple has not faltered in satisfactory customer service, there are signs that Apple is starting to fumble from the pressure of increased competition as other brands beside Samsung are offering great value-for-money releases and making strides in terms of novel features.
It is particularly worrying as well that there is increasing discontent within its loyal fan base, an almost non-existent issue of past years.