4056 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Aug 21, 2010 8:55 AM by Allan Sampson
You can use a no longer activated iPhone as an iPod Touch, but in order to install a firmware update on a no longer activated iPhone or restore a no longer activated iPhone with iTunes if wanted or needed, the no longer activated SIM card that was used with the iPhone when it was activated must be inserted in the iPhone to complete the process. This does not involve re-activating the iPhone.
Is it worth AT&T's subsidized price for the iPhone 4 which requires signing a new 2 year contract, I thought so or I would not have done it and I and continue to think so. There is a significant improvement with the iPhone 4 and the 3G.