At this summer's Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple said it would have pity on memory-challenged iDevices - such as a 16GB iPhone 6s - once iOS 9 was let loose onto the world . "No action is needed by you at this time", it told developers. Apple's OS beta testing app has supported the new feature for a number of weeks now.
There have been just five such events since 1900 (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982). On its elliptical path around the Earth , moon sometimes comes closest to the earth, the portion being called perigee . To add to the show, the supermoon turned orange during the eclipse in what's known as a blood moon. "There's no physical difference in the moon", Petro said.
Strained sunlight finds its way to the moon through the shell of atmosphere that covers our Earth . Do you have any photos or video of the blood moon? The spectacle began to unfold from 1:10am, with the "total" phase - when the moon is completely in shadow - lasting from 3:11am to 4:24am.
However, in the case of the recently released Galaxy Note 5 , Samsung did make an exception by launching the flagship phablet a couple of months earlier in order to gain a first mover advantage over Apple's upcoming iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus in September .
And it's clearer whether you've already earned credit for standing during a given hour. You no longer have to refer to your iPhone for the results. These however do not say much about what the Apple watch can now do with Apple WatchOS 2-the real changes are broiled in even deeper. To force-restart your Apple Watch, you need to press both the side button and the Digital Crown for 10 seconds or more , until the Apple logo appears on the Watch's screen .
Lunar eclipses occur when the Moon, Earth and Sun line up in roughly a straight line, but the Earth is in between the Moon and Sun; therefore, the Moon is in the Earth's shadow . Put another way, as Plait adds, "If you were standing on the Moon, it's like you're seeing every sunrise and sunset on Earth all at once", or put even another way, it's like projecting all the crap in our atmosphere on the surface of the moon.