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Discuss [1.1.3 OTB] how to tell if an iphone is ? at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Mine is 801 first week of 2008 I assume....
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    Mine is 801 first week of 2008 I assume.


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    I'm a bit confused; maybe i haven't searched on the forums enough, but...

    Mine i week 51, but how do i confirm if it's 1.1.2 or 1.1.3 with bt4.6?? In iTunes or what?

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    I am a newbie to this forum but i want to contrubute research. i think but anyway here. this will give you information on how to tell.
    iPhone 4 - 4.2.1 GM

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    Jailbroken Itouch 1.1.2[old}

    HardWhere Jailbroken/Unlocked (OTB 1.1.2) 2008 Iphone[old}

    Service provider At&t

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    iPhone 4 - 4.2.1 GM

    [Where I Started]
    Jailbroken Itouch 1.1.2[old}

    HardWhere Jailbroken/Unlocked (OTB 1.1.2) 2008 Iphone[old}

    Service provider At&t

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    as the german website macbug.de claims there is this way to find out:

    while the "old" 1.1.2 iPhones still have serial numbers where you could know from that they were made in a specific week (reading the 4th and 5th number of the serial no.) the new 1.1.3 iPhones do have a totally different serial number system...

    It usually starts with 8 and could look like 8882345... whatever...
    from this you could know that it's 1.1.3 for sure.

    While the other way around doesn't work out always - week 52 or 51 could be 1.1.3 as well if Apple would decide to reflash the iPhones macbug.de claims... (while it's unlikely to be done by Apple)

    Greetz,

    SpackY2k


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    I got three phones last week. All from Apple, all week 51 and all still in the shrinkwrap. They were alle 1.1.3 OTB!

    So heads up!

 

 
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