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Lost all my iPhone Picture Albums?


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Not a iPhone power user so I was surprised a few weeks ago when I discovered that all my pictures, which had been grouped into several selective albums (i.e. Grandkids, Family, Vacation, etc.) were merged into one camera roll. Are my albums "hiding" somewhere? How do I manage all these pictures so that I can include recent (new) pictures into the specific albums assuming I can somehow get my albums back? And if I go to iPhoto and sync the old albums, will I lose all my new pictures that I've taken since the albums were created maybe 6 months ago?

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