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iPhone + iPhoto

When I plug in my iPhone, iTunes always tries to recover 2 photos. It's only done this since I got my iPhone 4 way back when they came out. 

I've had the phone replaced once and it did it again when I plugged in the new one. I've had to reset my phone before, for another reason, and it still does it.

Any suggestions?

I've Google'd my heart out multiple times and I come up with no solutions or any ideas as to why it's doing this.  

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Re: iPhone + iPhoto

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  • Have you tried asking on the apple.com community support pages? Or at a Genius Bar? That'd be my first stop when asking about an apple-related issue or challenge.

    Good luck!!

  • Cameras on iPhones are getting better and better with every new generation released. But as the image quality continues to improve and resolutions get higher, many iPhone users, especially the photography lovers who carry 16GB iPhones, realized that their iPhones are easily filled up with pictures and videos. 

    The way to free up memory for more photos is to transfer iPhone photos to computer to backup them and then delete them on iPhone. Also, since phones are easily broken or lost, it’s always a good idea to back up your pictures anyway by transferring photos from iPhone to computer. However, how to transfer photos from iPhone to computer?

    iPhone Transfer can copy photos from iPhone to computer hassle freely. It can download photos from Camera Roll, Photo Library to computer easily and import photos from iPhone to computer directly. Also, this software allows you to delete photos from iPhone to free up more space. This software fully supports iPhone 6 Plus/6/5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS and all iPad and iPod devices. 
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