The general public using smartphones can be roughly divided into two groups: those who always have to have the latest device from the manufacturer of their choice and those who only pull out their wallet when the old device really cannot be saved and the repair costs exceed the value of the smartphone many times over.
Apple fans belonging to the former group longingly look forward to the upcoming unveiling of the new iPhones, which could be delayed in the crisis year. But regardless of which group you belong to, you shouldn’t just throw your old smartphone in the trash when you have a new one.
Here are five tips on how you should best proceed to protect your privacy and the environment:
5 tips on how to properly dispose of your old smartphone