Now that Apple has unveiled the shiny new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, it’s time to consider the options. Should you stick with your old iPhone model or upgrade for one with better battery life and some Retina HD action? If you’ve decided it’s time for an upgrade, retailers and mobile carriers alike are scrambling to offer you the best trade-in.

In March of this year, Rogers unveiled a new program called RogersNext, specifically designed for those want to upgrade their device every year. After twelve months, the program allows a customer to trade in their phone in exchange for a brand new one. The Rogers Next program is only available to their new and existing subscribers who sign a 2-year contract on an LTE-enabled “Premium” device, which constitute flagship devices from most manufacturers (Android, Apple, BlackBerry and Windows Phone).

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Verdict from the Digital Media Desk

The ability to run iOS 8, and to be compatible with iOS 8 apps, should be something that you should take into consideration when making the ultimate choice. The iPhone 4 won’t be compatible with iOS 8. The iPhone 4S will be, but in limited capacity and will likely not entirely enjoyable for the user. The iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C will, however, be good. The iPhone 5S will be even better.

So, if you have anything less than an iPhone 5, you’re going to want to upgrade. If you have anything less than an iPhone 5S, you’re going to want to think about it.

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