1763 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jun 29, 2010 4:06 PM by nycgraphiste
Sync your new Iphone4 with Itunes (do a restore to your new phone, it will ask) It will make your new Iphone 4 just like your 3G in regards to Pics, IPod, Content, Text Messages, mail, etc.
Then you will need to wipe your 3G manually by going into setting and selecting "reset phone"
I wouldn't reset your 3G first by any means, that's a good way to lose everything. Do it last after you make sure your Iphone4 is the way you like it.
The two post above are correct. One other thing I would say is you may want to make sure you don't have any extra iphone backups/profiles in itunes that will confuse you when you pick which one to restore to you new iphone 4. Go to itunes - preferences - devices and you will see list of backups etc.
Pro: Restoring will make it so that you don't have to remember what you had on the old phone.
Con: If there were any issues, it may carry over (though can usually be fixed with a network settings reset).
Setup As New
Pro: Brand new phone, with no issues (except those that it would naturally have).
Con: Will have to fully set up the phone afresh.