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I just got my brand new macbook because my powerbook(rip) finally gave up on me and totally crashed... I have to data retrieval but wanted to know if anyone knew if the information i.e. pictures, music, etc on my iphone could be saved when resetting my iphone to my new comp. I have mobileme if that helps any... but the thought of loading every one of my 300+ pictures one by one is really a pain.

Any advice on being able to salvage anything???


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