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Old Nov 22, 2012, 07:27 AM   #1
chunter1001
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Two iPhones in iTunes Manage Devices

I just checked out the Manage Devices page in my iTunes and see that I have two iPhones listed. Not sure if I should remove one or not. They seem identical apart from dates (one is 9/12 and the other 10/11) and the newer one has ��� instead of an apostrophe in the device name.

Is it safe to remove one? How can I tell which is actually my current iPhone 5? I assume going by dates, but I also had to exchange the 9/12 iPhone due to manufacturing defect.

Thanks!
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Old Nov 22, 2012, 10:17 AM   #2
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You can go by date. To be sure you get the right one, right click on the phone in iTunes and select backup from the drop down. That will do a manual backup with today's date so you can tell which is the old phone. No need to keep the old backup if everything was successfully restored to the new phone.
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