As was hinted at earlier this month, Apple has this week officially expanded its iPhone Trade-In Program to accept devices other than those running the company’s own iOS operating system.
Apple is set to expand its device “trade-in” program, which originally saw its launch in August 2013 – allowing those with older iOS devices to trade them in for an Apple Store Gift Card, that would then go towards the purchase of another handset, to include Android devices.
Mobile World Congress 2015 just kicked-off in Barcelona, Spain, with a pretty notable set of initial announcements from the industry’s major players.
Hellbent on fundamentally changing the way the U.S wireless carrier business operates, T-Mobile USA has unveiled a new plan option this week -called “SCORE!”- that will see customers given the privilege of being able to perform an early upgrade to today’s latest handsets, providing they keep up with a recurring monthly subscription.
Facebook has announced a new initiative which will see the network display AMBER (or Child Abduction Emergency) Alerts in user timelines.
The integration with the national alert system arrives in association with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and will aim to heighten general awareness around reported missing child cases in the future.