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upgrading to 4S IPhone


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I will be upgrading to the new Apple 4S IPhone and was wondering how to transfer my pics, contacts, etc to the new phone?
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From what?

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Oooops...From the second generation 3G iPhone
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When I plugged my new phone in, it asked if I wanted to restore from a previous backup. If you're using iTunes for that.. it should just transfer.

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Hi..so you are saying since I've plugged my current IPhone into ITunes on my Mac, by doing that it had downloaded all my contacts, pics, etc? I know ITunes sync up with my IPhone, but I've never seen my contacts and pics on my computer. How do I locate that information on my Mac to be sure they are there?
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PS..BTW My Mac is version 10.4.11 I know I know time to buy a new Mac!!!
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