Money for old mobile can be used to buy "fantastic" iPhone 4
6 July 2010 — 11:58 AM
Taking money for an old mobile and putting it towards the purchase of an iPhone 4 may still be considered a good move as the new device is a "fantastic" product.
Despite manufacturer Apple last week admitting to problems with the signal reader on the model, Flora Graham, mobile phones editor at CNET UK, is full of praise for the mobile.
She says it "doesn't really matter" if there are small issues to be overcome with the iPhone 4 because "it's so fantastic" for all its other purposes.
The handset is "much better at web surfing and being a little computer than being a phone", Ms Graham adds.
She also believes reports of signal problems may be a way to knock Apple from its prominent position in the mobile market.
Apple previously explained the fault by saying the technology it uses to read signal strength is "totally wrong" as it often displays more bars than it should.
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