Owning an iPhone 8 feels great, and this greatness has to suffer a few things, for example, the limitation of access to the apps, and things that can be done on an Android phone. Well, you don’t need to worry if you jailbreak or unlock your iPhone 8. If you’re looking for how to unlock iPhone 8, then you are the right place. To unlock 8s: People are ideally confused between jailbreak and unlock your iPhone. But they are not precisely the same. Jailbreaking is a process that is performed to allow you to use software that is not Apple-approved on your own iPhone. But before you are able to unlock your iPhone, then you have to jailbreak it. Unlocking in this way implies breaking the lock onto your SIM card and permits you to utilize your iPhone without just carriers, which are accepted by Apple, but using whatever system…
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Facebook is making a new push into the payments space by expanding its partnership with PayPal. Paying back your friends is getting even easier. Facebook Messenger has supported sending money through its platform for a few years now, but you had to use a credit or debit card. Now, Facebook is bringing PayPal payments into the fold.
INSTAGRAM is developing a standalone shopping app called IG Shopping, stocked with items from your favorite brands that you can purchase on the spot, The Verge reported on Wednesdays. This app will allow users to purchase directly from retailers they follow on Instagram.
Development of this app is still ongoing and it’s unclear when or if it will ever launch.
More than 25 Million businesses already have Instagram accounts, and 2 million of them are advertisers. Four in five Instagram users follows at least one business. Creating a standalone app would allow the company to provide a dedicated home for an increasingly popular activity on Instagram. And also expanding opportunities for revenue.
Developed by Google, Android officially launched in 2008. About a year earlier, Apple unleashed its first iPhone to the public. Google has the edge with global users, there are about 2 billion Android smartphones out there and nearly 450 million iOS based ones. Apple, however, has incredible marketing skills, so the company’s new iOS products tend to generate a lot more buzz. Google counters this by using its search engine power to target iOS users and convince them to make the switch to Android products. Yes, this means Google takes advantage of the fact that a lot of iOS users use Google to find stuff on their Apple devices.