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How to Recover Deleted Files from iPhone 5

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    <p><strong>iPhone 5</strong></p>

    <p>I don’t expect anything out of the iPhone 5. but people don’t realize is like the 4S, and the Galaxy S3, the iphone 5 is 


going to follow the foot steps. Their will be a HD Display, or some other new crap that apple’s claims they invented, but really 


is just a glorified version of something else before. Their will Probly Still be a Dual core, but Possibly a Quad, Something we’ve 


Already been seeing, the camera, well, Whatever, I expect the size of the phone to 4 Inches at least, it will probabally be 


slimmer, bigger, Higher res highs creen. But honestly I think it will just, No I'm Sorry, I KNOW It will be like a Glorified 


S3. and then a Few months later The competition Will Smack IT, Like was done with the S2 and S3.</p>

    <p><strong>Loss Data on iPhone</strong></p>

    <p>Have you ever Considered that if you lost data on iPhone, i.e. you deleted pictures by mistake that you didn’t sync 


yet with your computer, can those pictures be recovered? The answer is &quot;absolutely right!&quot; with the help of 


<strong><a href=””>data 


recovery</a></strong> tool.</p>

    <p>SD Cards and other Memory cards do not immediately re-use space from deleted files; therefore you can recover 


deleted photos from iPhone. A Photo that has been deleted a while ago still has a good chance of being recovered, but the 


chances of an absolute undelete decrease the longer you leave it, because it is only a matter of time before that space is re-


used and overwritten. So the Key to recover your deleted photos is to act immediately and you will be almost guaranteed to 


have your files back.</p>

    <p><strong>Drop the iPhone Dock</strong></p>

    <p>Yes, ditch the wires. iPhone 5 will probably be wirelessly charged. Airplay works great for playing your music through 


speaker systems. Really smart speaker makers should put a wireless charging landing spot somewhere on their device and add 


NFC to boost wireless docking capability via Bluetooth.</p>

    <p>Yeah the main reasons my phone gets docked in a speaker system is to make sure it's charged for the morning 


and listen to some sweet death metal whilst dropping off. I don't want to have to have the charging cable there 



    <p>Surely having the phone in your pocket upside down is more natural? Put your hand into your pocket. fingers are 


down, palm it higher, grip phone, take out of pocket, rotate hand and phone so that they are the right way up – fingers up 


top, at the moment, if the phone is the correct way up in your pocket, then when you pull it out you need to kind of grip the 


top of the phone and allow your hand to rotate 180 without the phone inverting too?&nbsp;</p>

    <p><strong>Looks the same as the iPhone 4</strong></p>

    <p>Looks the same as the 4 to me. I have a 4S and won't be getting too excited about the 5. It'll still be 


available to buy for the following couple of years after it's released. In fact, I could probably keep hold of my 4S until 


the 5S is released.</p>

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