Can I upgrade an 8GB 3G to a 16GB 3G?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Kardashian, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. Kardashian macrumors 68020

    Kardashian

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    With the 2G iPhones, if you wanted to upgrade, or broke your initial iPhone, you just hopped into CPW, Apple or O2 and bought a new one.

    Went home, synched it, and you were done.

    Now, as far as I understand, you can't.

    When the white 16GBs become available in the UK, I really, really want one.

    Right now, I have a 3G, 8GB, black.

    If I wanted a 16GB white, what would I do to get it?

    It was ordered from CPW over the phone, if that makes any difference. And it has been exchanged at my local CPW, which was replaced by another defective one (which they refused to further exchange), so I got it exchanged by Apple directly instead, the second time.
     
  2. Kardashian thread starter macrumors 68020

    Kardashian

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    So, I've been searching Google and MR and found nothing.

    Does anybody have any input?
     
  3. CWallace macrumors 601

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    It likely depends on your carrier's policies.
     
  4. Kardashian thread starter macrumors 68020

    Kardashian

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    Ooh!

    With the announcement of the new iPhone 3G on Pay As You Go, I'm guessing I could just sell my current 8GB 3G, buy a 16GB 3G and activate it?

    Sure, It would cost me £100 or so to upgrade, but I wouldn't mind that.
     

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