Sure, Casey has his reasons not to upgrade, but I'm all over the latest/greatest. To help out, Apple has posted a great article to their Knowledge Base (KB) that explains the steps necessary to properly move all your data over from your original iPhone (2G) to a hawt new iPhone 3G. The summary reads:
It also covers erasing your old iPhone if you intend to hand it down. (Though, since Secure Erase hasn't been made available yet, you might want to write over everything with different sets of music data (large playlists) several times if you're paranoid about privacy and security).
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