Explore underwater world by mobile recycling and snapping up iPhone
21 September 2010 — 2:04 PM
Those with an interest in the natural world may never have had a greater reason to recycle a mobile phone and switch to an Apple iPhone.
Peter Birch, Google Earth product manager, writing for the Google Mobile Blog, notes the search engine has launched its latest version of the unique mapping service.
This allows those with an iPhone, iPad or iPod to explore below the ocean's surface and view hundreds of images and videos taken there.
The new technology is compatible with the latest Retina display, which means those with an iPhone 4 will be able to enjoy content in even more detail.
Google Earth 3.2 is now available in the App Store, but first some people may need to recycle a mobile in order to raise the cash for an Apple device.
The iPhone 4 is set to be rolled out even further this Saturday (September 25th) when it is unveiled in China.
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