Hello, I have an old busted iPhone 3 (in addition to my iPhone 5, don't get me wrong ;-) ) It's been long out of service, but I had some photos on it. In a campfire related accident, it sustained some pretty bad damage. I disassembled it and noted that everything on one side is charred, but the side with the flash memory is not. The phone itself is certainly not functional. Question 1: How sensitive to extreme heat would a flash memory card be? Question 2: Is this a lost cause, or could I potentially remove the flash memory and have data taken off it? I have read that flash memory can only be used on the phone it originated with. Thanks!