Pioneer is true to its name yet again with its newest device, AppRadio. Breaking new ground in car and iPhone integration, not only can a 6.1″ 800×400 capacitive multi-touch display utilize the iPhone’s phone capabilities, but also put optimized apps front-and-center. Plus, there’s a well-fleshed out iPod feature built-in. AppRadio
We've offered our fair share of rumors and speculations on the new iPhone, but most people agree it will be announced on Monday at WWDC 2010. So what do you do with your old phone when you upgrade? A company out of Kansas City, iResQ, offers an option to buy back your 3G or 3GS iPhone without the headaches, hassles, or risks associated with Craigslist or eBay. iResQ offered a similar program in 2008 when the iPhone 3G was released.
The program from iResQ seems to be fairly simple and straight forward and includes the amounts they will pay for various iPhone models.
Looking to get rid of an iPhone or iPod? If you're in the U.S. then you might be interested to know that NextWorth is expanding their iPod and iPhone trade-in programs to include Amazon.com and Circuit City. Customers will now be able to take their device to a select Circuit City retail location and trade it in for a store gift card.