Sell old phone and upgrade to iPhone for latest BBC news
26 July 2010 — 11:53 AM
Those who love to stay in touch with all the latest news may never have a better reason to sell their used phones and buy an Apple iPhone.
This is because the long-awaited BBC News app for the revolutionary models has been released.
Erik Huggers, director of BBC Future Media and Technology, spoke of the launch on the news source's blog, suggesting it is a response to demand.
He writes: "The rapid growth of internet-connected mobiles and smartphones in the market means we can cost-effectively provide our content and services on these devices."
Later in the year, the BBC News app will be available to those with BlackBerry and Android devices.
However, to secure it as soon as possible, users may be best selling an old phone in order to fund the purchase of an iPhone.
Apple released the iPhone 4, its latest version of the handset, last month and it sold more than 1.7 million units in its first three days on the market.
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