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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by OrangeDog, Feb 9, 2009.
Can any damage be done to an iPhone that is repeatedly restored/Jailbroken/restored ad nauseam?
I guess the only damage you could do is decrease the number of remaining re-writes to the solid-state drive. They can only be written to a certain number of times, but I wouldn't worry about it. I've restored my iPod touch countless times and it's still working fine. Most of the time I had to re-write 14GB of music back onto it too!
My advise? Don't worry... Restore whenever you want.
Not sure, but I did three JB on my 3G iPhone, to test the ability to restore/DFU mode and using the USB hub. No problem with 2.2.1 firmware whatsoever. These aren't scientific tests by any means, but I'm comfortable with the results...
Short answer: No
Longer answer: Nope
Middle answer: nop
you found an iphone with ssd? this must be the new iphone model showing up in web logs
Flash drives are solid state drives. There's no spinning parts... therefore, solid-state. That's all I meant by that.
A thank you to the folks with the sensible replies.