Here's my situation. I'm using an iPhone 6S, iOS 10.0.2 connected to a 
PC running Windows 10 Anniversary Update with iTunes, latest version 
which I believe is 12.5.1. I recently had some work done on my PC and, 
after I got it back, I noticed that iTunes doesn't see my iPhone as it 
used to.

When I connect my iPhone to the PC's USB port I am asked whether I want 
to allow this device to access photos and I say yes. However, my iPhone 
does not ask if I trust this PC with choices of Trust or Don't Trust, 
which it used to. I've done a repair of iTunes and, this evening, I even 
uninstalled and reinstalled iTunes, with no success. Can anyone offer 
any suggestions as to what I could try to get iTunes to recognize my 
iPhone again?



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