Good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology for you to know everything that happened last Thursday (30). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. iOS 17: See which iPhones should get Apple’s new system. The next version of the software is expected to be announced at WWDC in June, but will exclude popular models from the update.

2. Amazon Prime Video: Check out all the streaming April premieres. This month, The Marvelous Mrs. Premiere of Citadel, a series with Maisel and Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra.

3. Mobile phones of the future: Check out the 10 most anticipated models for 2023. The USB-C iPhone, Pixel 8 and Samsung’s new foldable models are among the most anticipated phones of the year.

4. The Instagram and Facebook Verified Seal costs R$80 in Brazil. Subscription sold separately for Facebook and Instagram and costs BRL 70 to 80 per social network.

5. E3 2023 canceled due to lack of interest from broadcasters. E3 2023 was supposed to be the return of the biggest gaming expo in-person, but it was canceled due to several pullbacks from developers and publishers!

6. Google Drive gets new cloud file limit without warning. Even with paid plans and free storage, Google Drive lets you create up to 5 million items in the cloud that affect certain users.

7. Elon Musk became the person with the most followers on Twitter. A businessman is conquering Twitter’s most-watched position after overtaking Obama, months after paying US$40 billion on the social network.

8. Midjourney suspends free version after viral Pope and Trump deep scam. The free version of Midjourney on Discord has been discontinued after multiple deep frauds by the Pope and former President Trump sparked online controversy.

9. Samsung is back to ship the charger in the Galaxy S22 and S21 FE box. All Galaxy S22 5G models manufactured from March 29 and S21 FE 5G from April will be available in Brazil with the charger in the box.

10. New ‘giant’ spider species discovered in Australia. The spider is thought to be rare, and the researchers who discovered it believe it may be in danger of extinction.

Source: Tec Mundo

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