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Sync iPhone to Mac after Changing Phone Number


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I'm planning to change my iPhone phone number. If I do this, will the iPhone 4 still be recognized by my Macbook Pro (OS X / Safari) when I plug it in? I have reached my limit of adding to this particular Mac. So I'm wondering if it will allow me to sync the same phone despite it have a new number.

Maybe it will recognize the serial number as the same phone and disregard the new phone number?

Any thoughts?
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It recognizes the device serial number. Just like on the iPod/iPod Touch/Shuffle/Nano
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