Downgrading from 2.0

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by Darlyn, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. Darlyn

    Darlyn Member

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    It is a bit too early to ask this, but will I be able to downgrade to 1.1 on a 2.0 iPhone? I plan on buying the $200 one in July and getting rid of my $300 Touch. Will the hardware really be that different? (GPS etc.)

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    scorpion 55 Banned

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    i hope so anybody?
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    jpga13 Banned

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    That would be absolutely stupid to buy a new iphone and then downgrade and lose all the new features.
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    umm.... y lose the new features totally pointless
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    So why are you buying the new iPhone? I don't really get it

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  6. Darlyn

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    Well, now that I found out that you have to buy the call/data plan with the iPhone in the AT&T/Apple stores, I have lost all concern in this... Like I said above, I figured I could use the iPhone as a camera-equipped replacement for my Touch.

    Why do such a thing?

    Because I most certainly do not need a cell phone at this time. I don't really care for the new software-only features; I will have no use for the GPS or 3G. All i want is the convenience of a camera on my iPod with added battery power.

    But I guess that is impossible now, as you cannot buy a stand-alone iPhone 3G. My plan is foiled.

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