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I have too many digital devices and they should probably all be taken away from me. So I just upgraded my iPhone 4S to ios 6 and apparently had not saved photos (or anything as far as I know) to iCloud. And I don't regularly use iTunes. I know, I know. I've given up on retrieving the photos, but for some reason the little yellow notepad restored itself with very old plus brand new lists. How come that happened but the photos vanished?
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Start using Dropbox application, it is free and popular for data sharing. Store your images on Dropbox, so you can retrieve your images anywhere and any time in any device which has Dropbox application.
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An iOS upgrade doesn't impact your existing data files so a little more information on exactly what happened would be useful. I suspect it's something you chose to do (knowingly or unknowingly) during the update that is the root of the issue.

Going forward enable iCloud backup, it'll back up your data without further intervention from you. So you don't have to remember to do anything.

External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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