I don’t lose data on my iPhone and at iGeeksBlog, none of us has ever had a pressing need for recovering deleted data, but we’re aware of the possibility that something might go wrong someday.
Important Note: We tried TenorShare and worked well for us. However, many users are complaining that it’s working as shown by the company. We request you to check with the vendor before purchasing.
There are plenty of ways to back up your iPhone data including iCloud, iTunes and some third-party software but there is very few genuinely powerful software that works to recover your iPhone data. And truth be told, most of them are rip-offs and costly.
Review – iPhone Data Recovery Software
We found Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery, and when we tried to recover data from our iPhone, it worked like a charm.
Precisely, this is what you do:
- Connect iPhone to the computer
- Fire up Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery software
- Hit Scan.
- Choose files to be recovered
- Hit Recover (which lets you recover the files in different formats depending on your selection.)
What I liked was that the software kept things as simple as it can. Most users aren’t tech-savvy enough to go through a long learning curve to recover deleted photos from their iPhones. We just want solutions that work out of the box. I think Tenorshare Data Recovery nails it right.
The software lets you recover data directly from the iPhone or from a previous iTunes backup file you’ve got. As regular users, we’re going to find ourselves wanting some photos back (photos that we deleted eons ago). Or maybe you lost some contacts when you tried to sync to iCloud. Things can go wrong when you try iCloud for the first time or remove and re-add iCloud accounts.
With this software, we could recover data from as far back as 2011.
At its core, I think the best thing about Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery is that it’s designed for normal people: users who don’t have the time to read the manual and try a few times before we figure out how stuff works. Especially, when it’s about data recovery, which is a no-go.
Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery’s free version will show you all the files that it has detected (available for recovery), but to recover them to your computer, you’ll need to register.
The $79.95 price-tag is steep, especially considering cheaper alternatives that are not as simple and effective as Tenorshare although comparably so. Also, I’ve heard pretty good things about Tenorshare’s support, so you’re buying into something substantial.
If you’ve really got to recover that lost data from your iPhone at any cost and do it without any hassle, Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery is your answer.
That’s it guys!
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