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A lot of informations can be found on Wikipedia. Here's list of iOS devices with all the specs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_iOS_devices Here's simple MP calculator if You want to know pixel dimensions (it depends on aspect ratio): http://web.forret.com/tools/megapixel_aspect.asp?mp=3,15


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Do you have Dropbox? I found that if I quit the Dropbox app, most of these 'hangs' go away. Starting Chrome and Safari, Launching Mail.app all improved when I quit Dropbox. I still have Dropbox, and I restart it to get it to sync every so often, but I leave it off. I have seen others with similar experience, but I don't use photobooth, so can not tell you ...


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I too have been rather bemused, trying to make sense of the folder / directory naming of recent months. The folders were always oddly named, but it wasn't random - from looking at my various iOS devices in the past (of which I currently have three), all of them seemed to be working on some kind of predefined sequence in terms of the folder names served up ...


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THIS IS NOT RANDOM - I have this same situation my iPhone 5C running i0S 7.1.2. At first I thought it was random too, especially because of the folder names, but then I realized that every time you take a photo it names it the next sequenial number and each folder is a different set of 1000. One folder has 0001-0999, then 1000-1999, 2000-2999, etc. Because ...


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Hi I had the exact same problem. Played around with terminal and figured out a way to reset the camera. Just open terminal, paste this in to it, and then press Return: sudo killall VDCAssistant


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The problem with this is that in order to get to the iSight camera, you have to detach the display assembly from the body and then get the casing off, which probably means removing the display gasket and the display itself (non-trivial) because the iSight cable is routed behind the display. You can find guides at iFixit on how to detach the display assembly ...


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I think the filters you are talking about were added with iOS 8, the recent iPhone operating system update. Unfortunately that update won't install on your iPhone 4. There are a number of applications available in the App Store that provide similar photo filters though.


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Just place yourself on the DCIM folder and choose to search. Search for *.* Choose some thumb nail view Sort result by name You will see all your pictures in order and it's easy to find the picture you are looking for.


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If you are good enough to design custom cable from say iPhone 5/5S/6 camera sensor to logic board of iPhone 4S then provided there is drivers for that sensor in 4S iOS code it might work. But no there is no off the shelf solution.


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Use iCloud. On your phone go to Settings > iCloud and enable Photos. It may take some time to sync, but they will. Then go to iCloud.com and log into your account from your PC. Then you can browse your iCloud files including your photos that you've sync'd from your phone.



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