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copy contacts from iphone 4s to iphone 5

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copy contacts from iphone 4s to iphone 5
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icloud or bluetooth
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please have a look at this link

http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT2109
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Sync Contacts with iTunes, set up the new phone and you are done. I have done this.
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