Cash in on used mobile to aid purchase of "enticing" iPhone 4

8 June 2010 — 2:22 PM

The iPhone 4 is set to hit UK shelves this month

The new Apple iPhone 4 is to be launched in the UK soon and recycling mobile phones could free up some spare cash for the device.

Pricing for the model in Britain has not been revealed, but reviewers who have had the chance to test drive the handset have come back with positive remarks.

Flora Graham, critic for Cnet.com, said Apple has comeback with a "crisper" design for the sleek iPhone 4, with the curved plastic back replaced with a flat glass alternative and a steel band around the edges.

The graphics should also be sharper thanks to the high-definition 960-by-640-pixel display.

She explained: "The iPhone 4 is a proper reboot to Apple's smart phone, offering a new look and some juicy improvements."

Apple recently revealed the device will also come with FaceTime, a new app for making high-quality video calls that take advantage of the front-facing camera.

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