Mobile recycling could allow you to get the new Apple iPhone
6 May 2010 — 11:59 AM
A new Apple iPhone could encourage people to consider mobile recycling an old phone to receive cash to put towards it.
The software giant Apple has revealed the date of the Worldwide Developers Conference - its showcase for developers - where it is believed the latest version of the iPhone will be launched.
Running over five days, the yearly event will commence on June 7th.
Ludwig Makhyan, founder of ConceptMobiles.com, predicted what users might be hoping to see included.
"With the mobile phones market emerging fast, the iPhone should have the front camera with video chat functionality. Another addition to it would be at least 5-megapixel camera with 16 million colours for the display," he said.
He added the most important thing is the iPhone is "very comfy" and has proved popular with developers, who like the quality graphics it offers.
According to recent suggestions from Gizmodo the handset will feature a front-facing video chat camera and a back-facing camera with a larger lens than the current model.
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