Mobile recycling could allow consumers to buy the newly updated Apple iPhone
12 April 2010 — 12:00 PM
Mobile recycling may be an option for consumers looking to get their hands on a new Apple iPhone, following the launch of the latest operating system (OS).
Apple has revealed the software for the iPhone OS 4 and a beta version of the OS has been released to iPhone Developer Program members.
James Zielinski, co-founder of Rightmobilephone.co.uk, said: "The fact that the Apple app store is already a huge success ahead of anyone else means it will only add further strength to making the iPhone the number one handset choice for many consumers."
He added that due to the overall experience offered by the Apple handset it is an "impossible challenge" for the HTC Desire, Blackberry Bold 9700, Sony Ericsson Vivaz or Nokia N900 to steal the crown.
Dave Clarke, online marketing manager at Envirofone, says: "Smartphones such as the Apple iPhone are constantly improving and becoming more and more technically advanced. What better way to get your hands on the latest model than by trading in your old handset for cash?"
A recent study by Flip Video suggested that millions of British families are more likely to communicate via technology rather than have a face-to-face conversation.
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