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The Daily Mix: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Monday, November 5

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    PALO ALTO, CA - APRIL 28: A new white iPhone 4 is displayed on the counter as a customer waits to activate service at the Apple store April 28, 2011 in Palo Alto, California. The long awaited white iPhone, first announced in June of 2010, went on sale worldwide for the first time today. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)

    What to Know

    • Monday is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know.

    Monday is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know.

    Weather wise, it’s a dry start to the work week across South Florida with temperatures slightly above average for this time of the year, reaching the mid-80s

    No. 1 – Election Day is Tuesday!

    Of course there's plenty of "who" to vote for, but also a lot of "what" to vote for with amendments from transportation tax to teacher's pay and greyhound racing.

    We want to help you better understand the ballot, so we're breaking it all down for you on our app and tonight on a special edition of NBC 6 Impact with Jackie Nespral at 7 pm.

    No. 2 – Miami native Camila Cabello wins big at MTV EMA’s

    The Cuban-American singer won best song, best video, best act and best artist. She beat out other big names like Ariana Grande, Drake, and Dua Lipa. Janet Jackson was also honored during the gala, receiving a lifetime achievement award.

    No. 3 – Amazon getting rid of free shipping minimum price

    You know that $25 minimum you need to get free shipping or be a prime member? Well, they're getting rid of that (Target did it last week) but its temporary starting today and it applies to millions of items on order to arrive in time for Christmas.

    No. 4 – Apple working on super-fast iPhone

    How fast is your iPhone? Want a faster one? Well, Apple could launch a super-fast iPhone in the next few years. Fast Company reports apple's first 5G device may hit the market in 2020.

    The FCC granted approval to experiment with the next-generation wireless technology last year, which promises to bring faster download speeds to consumers.

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