Category: Technology

A new and cheaper way to Factory unlock an iPhone

Removing your iPhone from the grips of your carrier has never been easy. Factory unlocking it often costs a lot of money if you manage to do it at all.
For some years there has been a work around using basically a sticker with a microchip on it, which tricks Apple to tell them that the phone is unlocked for use on all carriers.

Some older Sim Chips were understood to have concerns, implying they would unexpectedly quit working or they would not support all Apples functions such as iMessage and so on. The best iPhone Unlocker I found offering this new chip is CanadaUnlocking.com. They have actually launched a new updated iPhone Sim Chip  and i did manage to unlock my phone using their chip and it is  surprisingly working flawlessly.

More importantly they have guaranteed it to work, and have offered a 3 months free replacement warranty. No one else is offering such a guarantee. If you decide to order your iPhone unlock chip from Canada Unlocking let us know your experience in the comments.

This approach of unlocking has actually ended up being more popular since the new Unlock Chip now supports the current iOS variations, works perfectly, and it is more economical when compared to a factory unlock by IMEI.

If in the future you purchase a brand-new iPhone or get your iPhone changed by Apple then you can easily remove the CHIP from your old phone and use it in your brand-new iPhone as well, so unlock with other services there is no money lost on unlocking.

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BuzzFeed plans to go public — OMG cute!

According to a scoop from Axios, the master of virality plans to go public in 2018, and it’s gonna be hot AF.

The source of such gems like “Stoned People Get Surprised With A Sloth,” has already turned down multiple acquisition offers and it looks like they’re finally making good on CEO Jonah Peretti’s IPO promises.

Which is a rare move in media these days compared to the other “Big Four” digital content companies, including Vox, Vice, and Group Nine Media (owns Thrillist, NowThis, The Dodo and Seeker).

Rumor has it Vice is looking to sell, and neither Vox, nor Group Nine has plans to IPO in the near future.

These old people are helping millennial publishers expand

BuzzFeed, like its peers, has partnered with a traditional media companies (NBC) to expand its media offerings beyond listicles: NBC now owns stake in both BF and Vox, Disney in Vice, and Discovery in Group Nine.

Recently, they even announced a plan to leverage NBC’s cable audience by co-authoring an original, true-crime TV series, much like Netflix’s Making a Murderer (clapback alert!).

At the same time, a series of journalism hires, including their editor-in-chief from Politico, has helped them expand from stuff like dog engagement photos into a legitimate source of investigative news.

Only ‘90s VCs will get this

BuzzFeed is uniquely positioned as a media company with the sensibility and structure of a tech company, and investors are taking note.

Their valuation at the end of 2016 hit $1.7B after NBC doubled down on their investment with another $200m round, and Peretti claims revenue grew more than 65% in last year.

And hey, while they might not have the BUZZ ticker name locked down yet, they can tell you “Which Beyonce Hit You Are Based On Your Zodiac Sign.”

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