- Dec 15, 2007
Also, can anyone confirm that the battery is different in the 16-gig? That would be an interesting change, one that would make me wonder why (3g)?
Please do share as none of the insider sites or forums have posted any pictures whatsoever of the 3G iPhone. I have no doubt they already have them but I have never even heard of someone mentioning they had seen a pic. I would love to see that pic.Also the 3-G phone does, in fact, already exist, I have seen a picture of it. I will try and find that picture.
No but I think you are carrying far too much storage for your needs, which is equal to waste. Send me a PM and I'll swap you for a 4GB iPhone. That's the environmentally friendly thing to do.I still have 6.95GB left on my 8GB iPhone, should I upgrade to the 16GB?
ha ha, nice try. Oddly enough when my iPhone interest peaked I wanted the 4gb model because $299 was the right price for me.No but I think you are carrying far too much storage for your needs, which is equal to waste. Send me a PM and I'll swap you for a 4GB iPhone. That's the environmentally friendly thing to do.
Yes. Activate the new phone and tell iTunes you are replacing your current phone with the new one. You won't have to start a new contract all over again.Is it going to be possible to upgrade to a 16g iPhone if you already have an 8g without getting a new number or extending a contract?
Did it Monday.Is it going to be possible to upgrade to a 16g iPhone if you already have an 8g without getting a new number or extending a contract?
Did you see the video of the guy that got his iPhone to control protools? Real stuff.I can't wait until the days of 64+ gig iPhones + disk mode. The idea of putting hi-rez-, mulitrack audio sessions from the studio onto my phone instead of lugging around a firewire drive is extremely cool. Now if only I could get a version of Pro-Tools to run on the thing...
actually, I could deal with just a couple songs at a time with 32...
I am assuming you want to keep your current number on your 8 gig on your new 16gig.Just a question because i haven't got a clear answer... If I buy a 16gb and decided to give my old 8gb to my wife, what am I supposed to do to keep our numbers?
I think this is going to be the right solution.What you will probably have to do is take the 8gig over to an AT&T store and get a new sim (or see if they can reuse your old one) and have it registered to her number.
You wont need a new 2 year contract for the 16 gig but you will probably need one for the 8 gig.