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Every year or so, the rumors begin to trickle in about the next release of the iPhone from Apple. Recently, there has been some information leaking about the newest upgrade, the iPhone 7. If you haven’t upgraded your phone for a while, or if you like to always have the latest technology, you may be thinking about trading in your older iPhone for this newest release. With a new iPhone, there are additional things to think about, such as the need for new photo iPhone cases and a higher monthly phone bill if you don’t purchase the phone outright.
Before you automatically upgrade, there are things to consider. First, think about your current phone’s performance. If your phone is constantly freezing up or taking forever to load apps, you may want to consider an upgrade. Another issue may be the amount of storage on your phone. If you’re constantly running out of space for your favorite pictures and most played songs, you may need to get something that has a little more memory. Lastly, take into consideration the extra cost of the upgrade and if that is in your budget. Phone prices have recently increased significantly, so be sure you can afford it.
If you find that an upgrade to a new phone is not in your budget, there are a few ways to spruce up your current phone so that it simply feels like an upgrade. One way is to choose a new case. You can customize a photo case for your phone to help it feel new again. Another possibility is a brand new custom portable charger. Personalize it with fun pictures, and never run out of battery power again. These small and inexpensive extras can help refresh your older iPhone for a little while until your budget has more room for a brand new phone.