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Sell Apple iPhone 4 - 16GB, trade-in price comparison
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Double check this is the right Apple device with this product description:The first thing that you will notice in the Apple iPhone 16GB is its eye-catching 3.5” screen; it has a capacitive touch screen with 16M colors at 640 x 960 pixels to give you ultra sharp images every time. The display is covered with scratch resistant glass with protective oleophobic coating. This handset was released in June of 2010 and it is still for sale to date.
- Primary camera is a 5 megapixel with 2592 x 1944 pixels together with autofocus, built in LED flash and touch-focus.
- High definition recording at 480p at 30 fps. Its secondary camera helps you to do video calling through Wi-Fi.
- Uses Apple’s iOS 4 which may be upgraded to iOS 5.
- It has no memory card slots but it is available in 8, 16 and 32 GB storage; all have 512 MB RAM.
- With a 1GHz Cortex-A8 and it runs on HTML Safari as browser.
- With active noise cancellation for its microphone.
- An iCloud service, Google Maps, integration to Twitter and Image Editor
- Voice command to dial a desired entry.
- Audio/video player plus editor.
- Battery is also more powerful than its predecessors with up to 300h on stand-by and up to 14h talk time.
Although the Apple iPhone 4 may be the most up to date handset as far as Apple is concerned, pretty soon it will be replaced by the iPhone 5 which is rumored to be twice as fast, with more efficient battery power, a larger screen and a camera with better features. Although this is the usual fate for an iPhone there is no reason to just discard your old mobile phones in your drawer, you can give them a new lease on life and sell them instead. Recycling old devices especially mobiles reduces electronic wastes in landfills to ultimately save the environment.