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Operating SystemsApple proved in 2013 that they weren't too old school to update their operating systems. In September they released iOS 7 and the world rejoiced. Unfortunately, users on some of the older iPhone models noticed difficulties with the newer operating system. If you want to stay on the cutting edge of Apple technology, you need all of your gadgets to stay up to date at the same time.
ColorOne exciting feature of the latest iPhones is the diverse color options. To some this may seem dull but for others the news came like Christmas ten times over. While it's still smart to have a cover for your iPhone, there doesn't need to be as much debate on color. Your iPhone can set you apart, differing from the same boring white color as everyone else. Further iPhone updates are promising to further diversify the iPhone's appearance for user's delight.
SpeedWith every iPhone update there is always an upgrade not just in appearance but in speed as well. The new 2013 models sport better processors and longer battery life. This allows you to use your iPhone faster and longer than ever before. Each update promises even more special specs than the models before it did.
CameraEach new iPhone has provided a better camera than the last. The latest version is no exception. It features better flash, image stabilization, and lens cover. Of course, for each iPhone there is room for improvement and each new model promises better picture and video quality than the model before.
Touch ScreensThe latest iPhone update gave a completely new feature to users with a fingerprint sensor. This sensor allows the owner to unlock their phone with the touch of a finger rather than entering a password. Not only does this provide a security update, it also saves the user some time. There is still room for improvement on this technology and Apple proves to be at the forefront of developing it. Who knows what the future could hold for them?
If you're letting the price of a new iPhone hold you back, never fear. There is always the option of selling your old phone to pay for part of it. If the money isn't too much of a factor, consider donating your older phone to a worthy cause. Cell phone recycling programs are an additional way to get rid of a broken phone or one that you just don't want anymore. No matter how or when you upgrade your iPhone, show off your new gadget and use it to do the things you love.
Theo Schmidt has an interest in computer science and engineering, and he uses that interest to fuel his blogging. For more information on cell phone recycling, visit the STS Electronic Recycling website.