Daily Tech Digest – Mar 16: Trading iPhone, Silicon Valley Bank, Jio 5G, Co-pilot

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Why Apple and the Carriers Want Your Old iPhone

WSJ published an article and also a video explaining Why Apple and the Carriers Want Your Old iPhone. I always wondered what happens to the iPhone after you have traded your iPhone ? Where does that old phone go? Who makes money on it? Answers for all of your questions are here.

Link to the article: Why Apple and the Carriers Want Your Old iPhone

The collapse of silicon valley bank explained by Think School

Popular case study video producer, Think School Wednesday published a video explaining the economics of the silicon valley bank. If you don’t know what actually happened here is the short story, Last week, Silicon Valley Bank failed and was taken over by regulators. Many startups including in India have funds in banks and worried about how they will get their money out and cover operating expenses.

Later Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) made funds available for the depositors to withdraw the money but the chaos still continues. You can watch the video from the think school to know more about what is happening and all the economics associated with it.

YouTube video

Jio 5G launched in 34 more cities

Jio is expanding its 5G footprints in India rapidly. In the latest attempt, Jio expands its 5G services to 34 more cities. Here is the total list

Andhra Pradesh – Amalapuram, Dharmavaram, Kavali, Tanuku, Tuni, Vinukonda

Haryana – Bhiwani, Jind, Kaithal, Rewari

Himachal Pradesh – Dharamshala, Kangra

Jammu & Kashmir – Baramulla, Kathua, Katra, Sopore

Karnataka – Haveri, Karwar, Ranebennur

Kerala – Attingal

Meghalaya – Tura

Odisha – Bhawanipatna, Jatani, Khordha, Sundargarh

Tamil Nadu – Ambur, Chidambaram, Namakkal, Pudukkottai, Ramanathapuram, Sivakasi, Tiruchengode, Viluppuram

Telangana – Suryapet

Combined with these new cities, Jio 5G is now available in 365 Cities. The 5G speeds are really impressive.

Create automatic Power point presentations using Microsoft Copilot AI

Microsoft is holding a big AI event later. We might see big announcements on AI. Before the event we have some leaks on Microsoft PowerPoint co-pilot feature where using the AI, it can generate automatic Power points. We should know more about the details soon. Until the here is the short video posted on Twitter

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