Cash from used phone could help consumers access new Apple internet
9 June 2010 — 3:42 PM
The new release of the Apple Safari web browser could influence phone users to sell their mobiles for a more modern model.
Money from trading in an old handset could go towards a new smartphone, which would then allow users to take advantage of the newest version of the popular software.
According to the company, Safari 5 offers a 30 per cent increase in performance power over the fourth generation of the program and includes the ability to add extensions, along with an updated scrollable view.
"When Safari 5 detects an article, users can click on the reader icon in the smart address field to display the entire article for clear, uninterrupted reading with options to enlarge, print or send via email," Apple said.
Apple recently announced the features which will be included in its new iPhone 4, such as multitasking, video calling and faster processing, with the device being released in the UK on June 24th.
The latest gadget news brought to you by envirofone.com, get up to £200 cash for your mobile
Mobile recycling could be an option for recipients of unwanted gifts30 December 2010 — 12:02 PM
People can get money for a phone they do not intend to use.
Selling mobile can create chance to buy HTC Desire HD29 December 2010 — 3:54 PM
People who enjoy a large screen may find all they want in the HTC Desire HD.