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    ezcompane's Avatar
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    Dec 27, 2007
    Pensacola, Florida
    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??
    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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    Weiser878's Avatar
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    Nov 26, 2010
    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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    wolfpuppies3's Avatar
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    Oct 07, 2010
    Virginia, USA
    Or do what I did, give it away
    to a friend or relative who can activate it for their use.

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