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    Help with my retired iPhone
    Figured I would ask before I hooked it up and tried it. I just got a new iPhone, but would like to keep the retired iPhone3g for ipod duty when I workout and stuff. If I hook it up to my computer to sync and change music will this cause any kind of problem with the iTunes or the new iPhone??
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    2008 MacBook Pro (2.5ghz C2D,6gb,80 SSD, 500 GB), iPad 32GB, iPhone 4 16gb, 2011 MacBook Air (11" 1.87 i7, 4GB, 128GB) 2010 MacBook Air (13" 1.86 C2D, 4gb, 128gb), Boxee, Netgear Stora

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    No. iTunes will recognize that the two phones are different units, and both the new and old iPhones can share music, videos, apps ... everything.

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    I'd like to point out, that you can jailbreak and unlock that 3G and sell it for enough money to buy a higher capacity iPod Touch.

    Just something to think about...

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    Or do what I did, give it away
    to a friend or relative who can activate it for their use.

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