The month of October 2015 has a great significance to Back of the Future fans. In the 1989 movie favorite, Marty McFly goes forward in time to October 21, 2015. Marty enters a world filled with flying cars, hover-boards, and holographic billboards. As he explores the city, he is bombarded with an abundance of advanced technology. What people may not know, is that much of the technology shown in Back to the Future II is the same or similar to ours. In the movie, the people of the future were able to make video camera calls and use tools such as fingerprint ID and voice command. Present day, many of these abilities are available in one smartphone or tablet. Apple recently updated their iPhone and iPad to include a fingerprint ID to make purchases, an enhanced camera for video calls, as well as a useful tool called Siri for voice commands. In the year 2015, we live in a world where we can answer almost any question with the touch of a button. Other inventions correctly predicted by Back to the Future II include computer glasses (Google Glass), flat screen TVs, and advanced 3D programming. The hoverboard has also been created, but because it utilizes magnetic levitation, it can only be used on copper. With this limitation and a ten thousand dollar price tag, it seems like a long time until hoverboards will be mass produced. Another prediction made from the movie is that the Cubs would win the 2015 World Series. Recently, the Cubs won their playoffs and fought the Mets for a chance to play in the World Series. Unfortunately for Cubs fans and Back to the Future fans, the team lost their games, and therefore, the prediction could not come true. Overall, it is truly remarkable how many predictions of Back to the Future had been proven correct, and what lies ahead in our future is even more exciting.