What is iPhone Data Recovery: how it works?
Has this ever happened to you? Accidentally, you deleted text messages from your iPhone with very important details about some critical assignment. Or while updating your iOS you lost your photos and lifetime memories. The sad part is that you don’t even have a backup of it. Don’t wait until this happens to you… now is the perfect moment to learn about iPhone Data Recovery!
These are not the only incidents that can result in data loss on your iPhone. Your iPhone can be stolen or damaged, or you can lose it. A profile installation, jailbreak or reset also can delete your data. No matter if you take magnificent care of your iPhone… it can happen!
In this technological era we want everything to be easily accessible, no matter where we are or what we are doing. We use our iPhone to store all the important information of our lives: our contacts, messages, confidential projects info, memorable pictures, and more. This is why losing the data from your iPhone is one of the most stressful things ever!
So whenever you lose the data on your iPhone, aside from forgetting it and beginning from zero, the only thing to do is find the best iPhone data recovery program or specialists to retrieve your lost data. In this article we will explore a do it yourself method.
Backups and iPhone Data Recovery, what’s the deal?
iPhone data recovery is basically a process of recovering your lost data, no matter what type it is: images, texts, bookmarks, notes, videos or any other important thing that you want to recover from your corrupted, damaged or lost iPhone.
Our very first recommendation for you is to backup regularly your files. There is a number of services you can use: iTunes, iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc. The more backup the better! If someone tells you there is never enough backup they are wrong. There is “enough” backup if you use the 3-2-1 backup method we describe here.
Let’s assume you didn’t know about backing up to iTunes, that your iCloud was maxed out and that you didn’t pay attention to iCloud backup storage messages asking for the $1 upgrade and the word Dropbox doesn’t ring a bell. There are still options:
There are many software and applications available for iPhone data recovery, which makes it easy for you to recover your lost data from a backup. Chances are you did enable iCloud at some point when you bought your iPhone. This data can be restored to your new iPhone during the setup interview.
Also chances are your contacts, calendars, notes and more are synched with your email account be it iCloud or any third party like Gmail. Also, your pictures tend to be saved in iCloud photo library.
What’s the deal with backing up your files? There are many tools for iPhone data recovery, but all of them can only explore and extract data that you have backed up on iCloud or iTunes. In our next article, we will show you how you can perform a successful iPhone Data Recovery by yourself. Stay connected!
By Daniel Escobar