Rise of Apple iPhones and other mobiles ‘resulting in booming markets’

Rise of Apple iPhones and other mobiles ‘resulting in booming markets’
The increasing popularity of smartphones – such as the Apple iPhone – is helping not only the mobiles market but a number of others too.ABI Research has found that vendors of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) are also benefiting, as their technology is used by developers.It is predicted by the body that the seemingly infinite rise of smartphones will lead to the industry to supply these parts…

Music-playing ability could be important when selling mobiles

When selling mobile phones and subsequently looking for a replacement, one of the most crucial factors in a consumer's decision may be the technology for playing music that is included in the new device.Richard Sharp, technology editor at gadgetsandgizmos.org, has explained that there is currently a growth in the headphones sector.He noted that the desire to listen to tracks while in the move is "booming"…

Londoners given extra incentive to trade in mobiles and join O2

The possibility of trading in mobile phones and signing up for a new deal with O2 could be an appealing one to people in London, after a new store was opened.Located on Tottenham Court Road, the exciting feature of the outlet is its walk-in workshop that has space for 75 people.As well as browsing the latest devices and mulling over the best plans, consumers can…

Sell mobile and switch to ‘latest and best’ iPhone or HTC

Consumers do not need to put up with an out-of-date phone, as simply selling a mobile will give them the cash to invest in one of the newest models on the market.Heather McLean, co-founder and editor for online mobile news publication Smart Gorillas, explained that many people no longer want an older device.She was speaking after Research in Motion (RIM) – which manufactures BlackBerry mobiles…

People who trade in mobiles ‘have high-quality options to choose from’

Those who opt to trade in mobile phones and change to another device have a vast array of high-quality handsets to choose from.Heather McLean, co-founder and editor of Smart Gorillas, said that the struggles of brands such as BlackBerry – which recently reported a decrease in revenue – is down to the significant competition in the market.She noted that several other manufacturers have released desirable…

Recycling mobile phone to move to Android ‘offers access to new app portal’

Britons who choose to recycle their mobile phones and use the money gained from this to purchase an Android device are now able to gain access to a new app portal created by Samsung.The Premium Samsung Apps Store for Android hosts a wide variety of tools and games that can be downloaded by mobile owners.From free apps to those that cost a small fee, the…

Sell mobiles ‘for great job opportunities’

People who sell their mobile phones may find they have the best chance of landing a new job when replacing them with one of the latest smartphones.A spokesperson from Jobsite.co.uk explained that there is now a "wealth" of resources available online to those looking for work.It was said that individuals must stay positive when trying to find employment and make the most of the resources…

Do you want to sell a mobile phone and invest in an iPad like James Haskell

People who sell mobile phones over the coming weeks and months could draw inspiration from James Haskell when it comes to replacing the device.In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, the England rugby international has revealed he is a fan of Apple's signature iPad.He admitted that he uses it for everything he possibly can, from emailing to listening to music, taking pictures and watching movies.Indeed,…