Mobile recycling could allow for new Apple device
4 May 2010 — 11:36 AM
Mobile recycling may an option worth considering for consumers looking to receive cash to put towards the latest device from Apple.
Following the huge success of the brand's iPhone, Apple has revealed that it has racked up one million sales of its iPad.
The speed of sales meant the iPad hit its target at more than twice the speed of its popular handset.
"One million iPads in 28 days - that's less than half of the 74 days it took to achieve this milestone with iPhone," said Apple chief executive officer Steve Jobs.
The first 3G versions of the iPad began to be sold at the weekend in the US.
This differs from the first models, which had only Wi-Fi access. Prices start at $499 (£327) and the 3G models at $629.
An international launch of the device has been delayed due to the large demand in the US, however Apple says overseas buyers can start ordering on May 10th.
The iPad features a unique 9.7-inch touchscreen.
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