Friday, September 30, 2016

How to Recover Lost Photos and More Data from iPhone 7/7 Plus

At long last, iPhone 7/7 Plus is officially launched on September 7th, 2016. As Apple says the new iPhone is the best iPhones the company has ever made, iPhone 7/ 7Plus feature a faster processor, a solid state Home button, a better camera and introduce two new color-Black and Jet Black.  Though the removal of headphone jack arouse great controversy, the iPhone 7 is a perfect alternative for digital camera, taking absolutely gorgeous photos. Many Apple fans have already started replacing their old iPhone with the new release. While you enjoy the new iPhone, data loss may happen without preparation. Check contents below and find 2 ways to recover deleted/lost photos and more data from iPhone 7. 

Make use of iPhone 7 Data Recovery Tool
Jihosoft iPhone Data Recovery is a professional and easy-to-use tool that aims to recover deleted or lost photos, videos, contacts, WhatsApp and more from iPhone 7 or iTunes backup in an efficient way. No matter you lost data due to accidental deletion, iOS upgrade, system crash or other reasons, the program is capable of retrieve the data you want.
Step 1: Launch the iPhone 7 Data Recovery program and connect your iPhone to computer.
Step 2: Click "Start scan" to scan and analyze lost data on your iPhone.
Step 3: Check and preview photos and other files one by one after the scan, select the ones you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.
Video tutorial:

Restore Lost Data from iTunes backup
Backing up iPhone regularly is one rule of thumb. If you have created a backup in iTunes before, you can restore photos and other lost data from iTunes backup easily.
1. Open iTunes and click on your iPhone icon.
2. Click "Summary" and choose "Restore Backup".
3. Select a most recent iTunes backup and click "Restore". The process may take a while.

Note: Restoring from iCloud backup is an alternative, supposing you have backed up your device with iCloud before. However, restoring from iTunes and iCloud backup means that the existing data on your iPhone will be replaced by the backup file and the new data you haven't backed up yet will be wiped. Whats' more, you are not allowed to preview the data you want in the backup file. It is suggested that you combine the data recovery tool with the backup file to preview and selectively recover the lost data you want in a much safer way.

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