The iPhone 3G was the 2nd member of the iPhone family, after the first generation of iPhones was released to the public in 2008, just a month after its announcement. You may be asking: What is 3G? 3G stands for “3rd Generation,” which ipso facto means that what’s inside the iPhone 3G is the 3rd generation of wireless technology.
While subsequent releases dwarfed the iPhone 3G in terms of specifications, the ability to show streaming videos at 480p was stellar at the time. This compact model came with a 3.5-inch screen with a 320 by 480 screen resolution. Coming with the standard iOS system, users can also upgrade to iOS 4.2.1. Featuring 312 MB of RAM and the option to choose between 8 GB and 16 GB of storage, the iPhone 3G is fast and offers tons of storage space, especially for the time. With support for Bluetooth headsets, GPS, and a multitude of accessibility features, your phone becomes a handy (and sometimes even hands-free) tool for your day to day work and play. A battery featuring up to 10 hours of talk time, 24 hours of music listening, and 300 hours of standby time means the need for a charging outlet never interrupts your busy day.
Do you have one? List yours. You never know what it could be worth. At the time, this release was revolutionary. However, now there are many more iPhone options to consider.