At its WWDC 2019 conference in San Jose, California, Apple took the wraps off its latest mobile update, iOS 13. In addition to a refreshed look, iOS 13 features a Dark Mode option for the interface, a redesigned Photos app, and more customization options for Memoji. iOS gets revamped every year and launches when its newest phones hit the market. As such, it will likely debut on the upcoming iPhone 11, and roll out to older-model iPhones this fall as a free update. Now playing: Watch this: iOS 13 is packed with new features 3:27 iOS 13 is available for these iPhones:iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XRiPhone XiPhone 8 and iPhone 8 PlusiPhone 7 and iPhone 7 PlusiPhone 6S and iPhone 6S PlusiPhone SEiPod touch (seventh generation)As of February 24, 83% of Apple's mobile devices on the market were running iOS 12, the company's mobile software from late 2018. Another 12% used iOS 11, and 5% of devices ran an older version, according to the company's developer … [Read more...] about Which iPhones are compatible with iOS 13?
Splitting of the moon nasa
This is part of our Road Trip 2018 summer series "Taking it to Extremes," which looks at what happens when people mix everyday tech with insane situations.Nearly 50 years after a human first set foot on the moon, maybe it's time for a new challenge in space. How about finding out — in our lifetimes — if there's life on planets orbiting our nearest star neighbors?That's the goal of a project called Breakthrough Starshot — the brainchild of a Russian billionaire, a former director of NASA's Ames Research Center and a group of high-level physicists and engineers.They hope to send hundreds of tiny spacecraft to the Alpha Centauri star system, where they'll examine planets for signs of life. It's a monumental engineering challenge that will require huge leaps in technology for spacecraft design, propulsion and communication. The attempt by SpaceX and Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk to get humans to Mars looks like a neighborhood stroll by comparison. But if … [Read more...] about Are we alone? Tiny spacecraft will head to Alpha Centauri to find out