Apple iOS 16: Apple launching newest operating system on Monday
iPhone and Apple Watch owners will see a new operating system on Monday afternoon that will add new features to Apple devices. The widgets resemble ones you can add to the face of an Apple Watch. It will be easier for iPhone users to create a Focus and transition between multiple Focus modes. Which phones will support iOS 16? If you own an iPhone 8 or later, then your phone will support iOS 16.wftv.com
Orange County K9 deputy Boone dies of cancer
K9 Boone After a career of sniffing out bad guys and missing persons, Orange County K9 Deputy Boone’s watch ended last week after a battle with cancer. (Orange County Sheriff's Office)ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — After a career of sniffing out bad guys and missing persons, Orange County K9 Deputy Boone’s watch ended last week after a battle with cancer. “Thank you for your service, K9 Boone,” deputies said in a tweet memorializing his passing. WATCH: K9 takes down suspect who barricaded himself for hours in Orange CountyOur beloved K9 Boone passed away on February 19 after a brave battle with cancer. Thank you for your service, K9 Boone.wftv.com
Apple Watch Series 5 'never sleeps'
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(CNN) - Apple's latest watch, the Series 5, will sport a new look thanks to an always-on display. The Series 5 "never sleeps," which means it will constantly display the time and other information without having to be raised or tapped. Previous versions of the Apple Watch would go dark when a person lowered their wrist. The feature is just one of several Apple Watch updates the company revealed on Tuesday at a closely watched press event. The Apple Watch Series 5 will also include a built-in compass, international emergency calling in more than 150 countries and 18 hours of battery life, even with the always-on feature.
Apple Watch targets families in new ad campaign
The watch is Apple’s first wearable device, with prices ranging from $349 for the Apple Watch Sport to $17,000 for the Apple Watch Edition. CNET.com editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine joins “CBS This Morning” from San Francisco to discuss how the tech giant is hoping to win over a new audience.cbsnews.com
Police question Salt Lake City mother about alleged abuse of former female student
Police question Salt Lake City mother about alleged abuse of former female student Watch as Det. Berch Parker of the Contra Costa Sheriff's Office questions Julie Correa about her interactions with a former student, Kristen Cunnane. Cunnane says Correa – her former teacher and coach -- sexually abused her for more than three years when Cunnane was in high school.cbsnews.com
Watch: Out-of-control horse-drawn carriage rams into cars
Watch: Out-of-control horse-drawn carriage rams into cars A horse-drawn carriage raced out of control Monday in Savannah, Ga. The horse was startled by something and ran through the streets, crashing into several cars. Norah O'Donnell reports.cbsnews.com