9 great reads from Nerdshala this week: iPhone 13, SpaceX, moonshine and more

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When Apple unveils a new iPhone, the world notices—even if it’s only a slightly buffered version of the iPhone that preceded it. This week, we met iphone 13, whose big claim to fame feels like the heyday of the generation before it: bigger batteries, more storage, some new camera tricks, that sort of thing.

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We should also mention that Apple showed off some other product updates — NS apple watch 7MILF a fresh 10.2 inch ipad and a big upgrade for IPAD MINI — and teased the show coming to Apple TV Plus. Good stuff, but as always, it’s the iPhone that really makes heads turn.

The stories here about the iPhone 13 are among several in-depth features and suggestive comments that appeared on Nerdshala this week. So here you go. These are the stories you don’t want to miss:

The iPhone 13 Will Probably Be Popular Because Apple Makes Other Phones Boring


It’s easy to dismiss Apple’s success as being driven by its marketing prowess. But a lot more is happening.

I want an iPhone with USB-C. Now there are signs that Apple does too

Commentary: The new iPad mini and other USB-C-equipped Apple products could help the iPhone ecosystem with an Apple-owned port.

ipad mini usb-c

Apple’s iPhone 13 event just proves that for now, 5G doesn’t matter

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Commentary: Once the highlighted feature, 5G is reduced to a quick segment before moving on to other key features and upgrades from Apple.

Tim Cook introduced the iPhone 13

How Ole Smoky Distillery Turned Moonlight’s Illegal Past into a Tourist Attraction

For a Tennessee business, Moonlight’s legacy is its selling point.

SpaceX Inspiration 4 mission creates history with all civilian launches in orbit

Crew Dragon carrying four “everyday people” punches through the Florida night sky for a historic first time.

Deathloop review: PlayStation 5’s most essential game

PS5s are still hard to buy, but Deathloop is the perfect reward for those who land any one console.

deathloop poster

If CRISPR Startup Succeeds Woolly Mammoth Could Walk Earth Again

Huge lands $15 million to resettle woolly mammoths in the Arctic – and thinks it could give birth to calves in four to six years.

wool giant illustration

Inside the Virgin Hyperloop, I caught a glimpse of a high-speed transportation future

Virgin Hyperloop promises a future in which transport pods zoom through tubes at speeds of hundreds of miles per hour. To get there, it is built a prototype in the Nevada desert.

Virgin Hyperloop's Devloop Prototype

The awesome netflix anime that made me go crazy

Everyone should watch Haiku!! this rule.

Haiku hero Hinata Shoyo

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