Considering how much you can get for a broken idevice on ebay if you mark it as “for parts or repair,” junking your gadget makes even less sense no matter whether it’s broken or not.
Never mind the monetary value to the original owner. What about the fact that these phones are still useful to people who either don’t have access to or can’t afford the latest models? It’s easy to donate your old phone and that’s a better use than letting your dog tear it to pieces and then throwing it away.
Except with Verizon at least, they wanted to charge me $80 to activate a used Droid. So instead bought a Moto E for $60.
No, this video is satisfying to watch because it’s the 2015 edition of the 1984 Macintosh commercial.
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