That would put this bomb's yield at 30 megatons. This is itself only a little less than third the size of the Tsar bomb, the largest man-made explosion of all time.
For comparison, it is also only slightly larger than the energies released in 1980 by the Mount St Helens eruption in Washington, USA (equivalent to about 24 megatons).
Radiation, not simple devastation area, is the real danger of nuclear weaponry.
If this rumor is true, it is one of the few legitimately infuriating things Apple will have done with their products.
I'm not sure if you're trying to be deliberately ironic or what....
I can't recall the last time Apple made a change that actually turned out to be a good one. They've probably done it at some points in the past, but I can't think of any offhand.
Perhaps what you really mean to say is that if you need glyphs that are not part of ascii to express something, then perhaps
Referring to a textual glyph as an "image" is not really accurate. Heck, the classic smiley icon is more of an image than a thorn is, and you can type that using plain ascii.
It isn't easy being the parent of a six-year-old. However, it's a pretty small price to pay for having somebody around the house who understands computers.