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I dropped my I Phone 5 in the ocean and it was connected via

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I dropped my I Phone 5 in the ocean and it was connected via the cloud to my I Pad and Mac. All the photos on my I Pad except for 10 have disappeared. How could that be and where could they be? I have looked everywhere on my I Pad. I understand losing the photos I took before they were connected to the I Cloud but not all of the others that were taken 2 weeks ago and earlier. Please advise. Sarah Nash
Which device took the photos?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
The I phone 5.
Did you notice if they were ever visible in the PhotoStream on the iPad? Have you looked on the Mac PhotoStream?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Thanks. They are on the photo stream. How do I put them in photo file?
Just drag them to your iPhoto Library out of the PhotoStream
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