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My girlfriend has a new iPhone 4 (about 4 weeks old) from Verizon. She is trying to update from iOS 4.2.5 to 4.3, but is unable to do so. She's on a PC, currently using Windows 7. We've tried these steps below, but the iPhone still didn't offer the update:

Apple - Support - iPhone - iTunes Troubleshooting Assistant

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She has not restore the iPhone 4 to it's factory settings yet, for obvious reasons - Apps, but i have a feeling she might. Please help.
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My girlfriend has a new iPhone 4 (about 4 weeks old) from Verizon. She is trying to update from iOS 4.2.5 to 4.3, but is unable to do so. She's on a PC, currently using Windows 7. We've tried these steps below, but the iPhone still didn't offer the update:

Apple - Support - iPhone - iTunes Troubleshooting Assistant

Using Msconfig to troubleshoot conflicts in Windows Vista and Windows 7

She has not restore the iPhone 4 to it's factory settings yet, for obvious reasons - Apps, but i have a feeling she might. Please help.
The problem is that the latest version of iOS for the Verizon iPhone is 4.2.7. They are not quite in sync yet with the GSM iPhones.


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Oh, ok. Thanks for the reply Lifeisabeach.
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