iPhones at Apple store !

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  1. NayLoMo6C

    NayLoMo6C New Member

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    Does anybody know what firmware is installed in the iPhones that the Apple stores uses for iPhone exhanges? ( you know the "new" ones that come in the little white box). My 3GS is kind of screwy and I plan on bringing it to the Apple store to exchange for a "new" one, but I wasn't sure if the ones they have at the store come with 3.1.2 or 3.1.3 pre-installed. If it's 3.1.3, then I am not gonna waste my time and will probably just trade the iPhone away for a different phone. Any ideas?

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  2. jmwerkus

    jmwerkus Active Member

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    Try restoring your phone first.
  3. NayLoMo6C

    NayLoMo6C New Member

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    the problem i'm having is that the screen has several blinking pixels that I have no clue what is causing it ( probably dead pixels). a restore won't do anything.
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  5. zeeshan_2011

    zeeshan_2011 New Member

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    try your phone first.
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    you would really trade an iphone for something else because of a few blinking pixels? ok...
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    jalexis4192 New Member

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    Probably 3.1.3, since "new" ones go under Apple's "strict refurbishment policy (think its what they call it)", which is probably a simple restore of the firmware and replacement of all seeable parts.

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