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Once you get your hands on a shiny new iPhone 3g, what do you do with your old iPhone? You could use it as a paperweight, or...you could turn it into a wifi-enabled iPod. "That means old iPhones can still surf the web, check email, and browse the mobile iTunes store when connected to WiFi. Additionally, they'll be able to function as a handheld gaming device and widescreen video iPod with calendar and photo functions." [AppleInsider]