Hello. I have a great working Original iPhone 2G with 8 GB of storage and have run into a few issues. I don't use it as a phone. I use it as an iPod touch with a camera and good speaker. It also does not have a SIM card installed. So when ever I update the OS or restore it, it brings me into the Activate iPhone mode. I always have to borrow my brother's at&t sim card from his 3G in order to use my phone again. I understand that If you have the original sim still installed on the iPhone, even if it is not active, you can restore/update. My issue is that I don't want to buy a new AT&T sim card, activate and then cancel the service. It is too much work. Right now I'm happily running iPhone OS 3.0 on the 2G, but sometimes the phone gets corrupted and has 6 GB of "other" I know I can hactivate my iPhone, and jailbreak, unlock and more, but I really don't want to void my warranty so I never will do any of those options. So If Apple could enable Original iPhone users that use their device as an iPod touch with no Sim card installed in it to upgrade and restore with out any issues, that would be great.