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« on: March 04, 2010, 01:46 »
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Has anyone moved from an iPod Touch to an iPhone?

I currently have an iPod Touch with a ton of apps on it and I'm getting an iPhone 3GS this weekend.  I'm wondering if there is an upgrade path, or if I am gonna have to re-purchase all of my apps.


« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2010, 02:20 »
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I guess I don't really know but I have moved from an iPhone to an iPhone and moving everything over was very simple.

I am guessing all your apps should come up in your options of what to put on your phone, just like your music, podcasts, video etc.

Or actually I have plugged a second phone into my computer and it wanted to put all the apps on that phone - so I don't think you should have a problem.

« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2010, 02:30 »
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Okay thanks...  I've been going over the FAQs on the Apple web site, but they're unclear...

I've only spent about $100 on apps and a number of those I can live without, so it's not all bad if I have to repurchase them.

« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2010, 06:19 »
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I recently went from a 1st gen iPod Touch to an iPhone 3GS - just sync it with your computer and all the apps will be moved across.

Also the speed increase (when browsing the web, opening new pages, loading apps) is really amazing - you won't be disappointed  ;D

« Reply #4 on: March 04, 2010, 18:54 »
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I recently went from a 1st gen iPod Touch to an iPhone 3GS - just sync it with your computer and all the apps will be moved across.

Also the speed increase (when browsing the web, opening new pages, loading apps) is really amazing - you won't be disappointed  ;D

Thanks... I'm in the middle of a complicated maneuver...  I'm syncing my wife's new iPhone 3GS to the data from her old 3G.  Then resetting the 3G and syncing it to the data from my iPod Touch.  Then resetting the iPod Touch and setting it up for my daughter... lot's of fun.

Seems to be going okay and I found a nifty free utility called SharePod that allowed me to make sure I had a full backup of each device.

« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2010, 07:27 »
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FYI, even if you have to repurchase an app (e.g. you deleted it by mistake in iTunes), you will get it for free (if you use the same iTunes account).

You just need to buy it and you get a message "You have already purchased this app. Do you want to download it for free again?" (more or less). This is also true for inApp purchases.

« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2010, 22:15 »
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FYI, even if you have to repurchase an app (e.g. you deleted it by mistake in iTunes), you will get it for free (if you use the same iTunes account).

You just need to buy it and you get a message "You have already purchased this app. Do you want to download it for free again?" (more or less). This is also true for inApp purchases.

Nice to know, thanks!


 

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