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Old 07-09-2010
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iPhone 4 Upgrade - Keeping Old Phone

I am looking for some information on the iPhone 4 upgrade. But this is not for buying a new phone but for upgrading the older one. I have a iPhone 3G purchased sometime before. I want to upgrade to iPhone iOS 4 for better performance of the phone. I had heard that this new operating system for the mobile has much more newer solutions and support, especially for the reception support.
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Re: iPhone 4 Upgrade - Keeping Old Phone

The new ios 4 upgrade with give you a nice support for multitasking that creates a playful phone. While for others, running multiple applications simultaneously raised concerns about more support for internet. Apple promises that this will have no negative impact on the phone. You can simply run the update for the Iphone 3 and enjoy the benefits.
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Re: iPhone 4 Upgrade - Keeping Old Phone

The better way for the same is to download iOS4 and then update your system. You can do that with the help of iTunes. There is a direct update provided on the iTunes. The old iphone provides support for the iOS4 but there are some limitations for the models like the latest models of 2009 with 32GB and 64GB storage only supports.
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Re: iPhone 4 Upgrade - Keeping Old Phone

The update to version 4.0 is done in less than 15 minutes. The technique described here works with a Mac or Windows PC. In addition, you must install the beta version 9.2 of iTunes prior to updating the iPhone. Just run the update from iTunes and you will notice that your phone's performance has improved to an extent.
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Re: iPhone 4 Upgrade - Keeping Old Phone

Updated yesterday evening on my 3G. Some problems quickly. The iPhone hangs for 30 seconds on some features: forward mail with attachments, including wireless network selection. But later on everything works really fine. Very good update in any case that makes you want to change the iPhone very soon.
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Re: iPhone 4 Upgrade - Keeping Old Phone

The current third-generation iPod Touch supports all functions of the iOS 4th Update. The current update is for free for the iphone users. Most people longed for the iOS 4 update, mainly because of Apple's promised remedy the iPhone 4 antennas and reception issues. Although a new calculation method for the display of signal strength using bar at the top edge of the display.
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The Jailbreak for iPhone with iOS 4 is currently still hold back for Apple to fix potential vulnerability through which a jailbreak is possible to unlock. iOS 4 provides a 5x digital zoom. It is Good but it degrades the image quality, as usual. With the recognition of faces, you can archive your photos by name. Regarding the video, it is now possible to focus on the people being filmed.
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