Recycle used mobile to join iPhone 4 generation
28 June 2010 — 6:53 PM
Mobile recycling customers who dispose of a phone in a green way in the coming weeks could be first in line to join the iPhone 4 revolution.
Apple has announced that its new device has already recorded sales of 1.7 million, despite only being released last Thursday (June 24th).
In the three days following its launch in the US, UK, France, Germany and Japan, the phone became the most successful product release in Apple's history.
And although it may have been sold in record numbers, Apple chief executive officer Steve Jobs was forced to state: "We apologise to those customers who were turned away because we did not have enough supply."
However, with stock sure to increase, people may wish to consider handing in their old device and making use of the iPhone 4.
Apple's other recent release, the iPad, also performed well following its launch, with sales of more than three million in 80 days.
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