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You might be able to make the "on the iPhone" contacts go up to iCloud. First, backup the iPhone in iTunes so if everything goes wrong you can go back to the way things were. Then for good measure, backup your computer too, particularly the contacts/calendars/etc. that get stored in iCloud. Now that everything is safely backed up, on the iPhone, delete the ...


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Using an applitcation like iBackupBot found here:http://www.icopybot.com/itunes-backup-manager.htm You can plug in your iphone 3gs and make a backup, it will back up all contacts Like so: Now you go ahead and plug in your new iphone 6 and click the restore button. Give it a minute or two, depending on your computer and you should have all your contacts ...


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@grgarside is correct. I will add a couple other notes. I have used this iPhone 3GS since it was released 5 years ago, most of the time, I have not even used a case. It just keeps going. Just a couple of week ago, I decided that it was getting unacceptably slow and so I decided to do a full reset. Most of your apps should restore just fine with this ...


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Connect the device to iTunes and click Back Up Device. Once the backup is complete, click Restore iPhone and follow the instructions to restore iOS on your iPhone. Once this is complete, iTunes will prompt you to restore your backup which will restore all your data back to your device. All your data will be restored to your device except account passwords ...


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You can use an OS X app like Reflector or AirServer to make your Mac simulate an AirPlay display. Then you select your Mac as an external AirPlay display on your iPhone. AirServer and Reflector provide features to record the output. OS X 10.10 Yosemite has an iOS screen recording feature built into QuickTime.


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With iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, you can just connect the iPhone to your Mac and it will be available as a video camera. Then you can record video using QuickTime. (Source: https://developer.apple.com/app-store/app-previews/) With previous versions of iOS and OS X, you can use AirPlay mirroring on your phone and an AirPlay receiver/recorder like Reflector or ...



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