Spider-Man: No Way Home, the 27th movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), was released in more than 60 countries, including Turkey, on Friday. Starring famous stars such as Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Benedict Cumberbatch, the superhero movie has already managed to score 9.1 on the IMDb platform, with the evaluation of more than 171 thousand people.
With the effect of the Omicron variant, which is spreading rapidly all over the world, the pandemic could not stop No Way Home, although the countries went into shutdown mode again. To hide Peter Parker’s Spider-Man identity, which was revealed in the previous movie, Dr. The worldwide earnings of the movie, which is about asking for help from Strange, has emerged. Spider-Man: No Way Home earned $587 million
According to the news of The Hollywood Reporter, thanks to Spider-Man: No Way Home, going to the movies has reached pre-pandemic levels for the first time, despite the Omicron variant. The film grossed a total of $253 million in the United States in its first weekend. In European markets, where Omicron is common, it earned $334.2 million.
No Way Home is the third biggest opening movie of all time, after Avengers: Endgame ($357 million) and Avengers: Infinity War ($257.6 million). It also became the first movie to earn more than $100 million in its first weekend in the US during the COVID-19 era. This record had reached 90 million at most until now.
Spider-Man’s earnings in other countries
Spider-Man: No Way Home opened in the UK with $41.4 million in its first weekend. Mexico followed it with 32.4 million dollars; followed by South Korea with $23.7 million and Australia with $18.7 million. In India, one of the world’s top film producing countries, it grossed $18.2 million.
On the other hand, according to Deadline’s report, the countries with the best opening so far are Argentina ($6.8 million), Saudi Arabia (5.2 million dollars), Ecuador (3.7 million dollars), Ukraine (2.4 million dollars). dollars), Turkey (1.4 million dollars) and Egypt (1.3 million dollars). The iOS 15 update, which was offered to users this year, was introduced to many older iPhone devices. But Apple doesn’t seem to have the same thought for iOS 16, which will be released next year. The company now plans to discontinue the update for aging iPhone and iPad models.
According to the information obtained by the French-based news site iPhonesoft from Apple employees, 7 devices will not be able to receive an upgrade for the new version. iPhones with A9 and A9X processors and iPads with A8 processors will not be able to benefit from the upcoming update. We have brought together these unfortunate models for you. Three iPhone models won’t get iOS 16
Apple will distribute the iOS 16 beta version to its users at the WWDC event in June 2022. But some models will be missing from this update. The company will allegedly require the A10 processor on phones to distribute the new version of iOS.
Three models stand out among the phones that will not receive the iOS 16 update. iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s+ and iPhone SE 2016 models will not receive this update. Apple will sacrifice these phones to get the best performance for gaming and the interface in general. The iPad Pro 2022 and iPad Air 5 devices are expected to hit the market next year. Therefore, older models will be even older. That’s why Apple; A8 may not offer updates to tablets with A8X and A9 processors. According to the estimates, the devices that will receive iPadOS 16 will be:
iPad Pro 2022
iPad Pro 2021
12.9-inch iPad Pro (2016+)
10.5-inch iPad Pro (2016+)