London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/03/2012 -- September 12, 2012, a day which will be marked in the tech world’s history because Apple has launched much anticipated iPhone 5. It was perhaps the most anticipated product ever by Apple.
People all around the world waited for it however, is it worth the wait? Yes, say die hard Apple fans.
At the Apple live event, Tim Cook announced that the iPhone 4S will still be available and the price will drop to $99. Apple iPhone 4 description is that of a old model, makes way for the new iPhone 5.
Apple is perpetuating the same strategy by keeping the previous generation iPhone in its lineup to attract customers concerned by the price. The iPhone 4 will stay in the lineup as well and Apple will give it away free if you sign a two-year contract in the U.S. A similar offering should show up around the world at the launch of the iPhone 5.
With the iPhone 4S, the company is competing directly with entry-level smartphones
Second-hand iPhone's are flooding the used phone market with ridiculously low prices as Apple has launched its new iPhone.
There has been a significant increase in the number of iPhone's being put up on sale in classified sites across the world.
What’s more, the prices are dropping by the day in the Gulf. People are trying to outsell the other by dropping prices for similar models by Dh50 to Dh100. A 32GB iPhone4 is now selling for Dh1,400 while the prices of older models have dropped below Dh1,000. Some have even put up ads that they are interested to buy iPhone 4S for Dh1,000.
With the iPhone 5 launch, the buyback services are seeing new levels of activity. Gazelle said that it gave more than 500,000 quotes online on Sept. 12, the day of the iPhone's unveiling and has given more than 2.5 million in the past 30 days. The company does almost all of its business with U.S.-based customers.
Buyers sell the used phones to wholesalers that often send them overseas where telecom carriers don't usually offer the subsidies seen in the U.S., something that can make the reduced price of a second-hand iPhone attractive.
What to do with the old iPhone if you can’t sell it for a good price?
Use as a camera, At its core, a decommissioned iPhone is a hard drive with a camera. Snap photos with it. No Canon needed. You can also use the iPhone to move photos and other files from one computer to another.
Get apple iPhone 4 description and latest prices, old iPhone's are available at discount prices.
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