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upgrade the hardrive. could i replace an 8 gig hard drive and insert a 16gig hard drive? I have tried googling this but no luck!

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ok, i can re phrase it. if i bought an 8 gig iphone, would i be able to buy a new, seperate and bigger hard drive to put in an iphone? Do they use the same type of hdds as an ipod?

i cant find anything on they net about it suprisinlgy...
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