Worldwide success of iPhone 4 could trigger mobile recycling
20 September 2010 — 7:13 PM
As the iPhone 4 prepares to launch in another country, people in the UK could see its continuing success as a reason to recycle their mobile phone and switch to the revolutionary Apple device.
The manufacturer has confirmed it will release the handset in China on Saturday (September 25th), as it opens two new stores in the Asian nation.
With premises in Hong Kong and Beijing due to open their doors for the first time, it may see no better time to launch the latest incarnation of its flagship model.
Featuring technology such as FaceTime and the new Retina display, the iPhone 4 may appeal to plenty of UK mobile customers.
It also includes a five-megapixel camera and high-definition video recording capability.
The iPhone 4 launched in the UK, US, Germany, France and Japan on June 24th and sold 1.7 million units within three days, before being rolled out across a number of countries later in the summer.
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