How to Restore Lost iPhone Data after iOS 9.3.1/iOS 10 Update

Recently, Apple launched the latest iOS 9.3.1 to iDevice users. Therefore, the next generation of systems should be is the iOS 10.

Always, every year in June and September, which is Apple's two busiest periods. In September, Apple will release a new flagship iPhone, while in June it will release the latest Apple iOS system and OS X for Mac systems. Recently, the media have predicted this year's WWDC 2016 publication time. According to the time schedule in June which released by San Francisco's Moscone West conference center which is the venue of WWDC since 2007. So, Apple's WWDC 2016 may be held from June 13 to June 17.

No matter when the latest iOS 10 will be launched, there will be lots of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users update to the later iOS. iOS 10 will be the biggest change of iOS operating system in the last several generations. In iOS 10, Apple is likely to introduce "smart home centers," this feature, this feature will smart home hardware with the iPhone or Mac, enabling seamless operation; in addition, the Siri iOS 10 function may be strengthened, Siri directly with the caller voice response, and voice information into text messages; and from the recently released beta version of iOS Apple frequently perspective, iOS 10 is also likely to support the deletion of some of Apple's native software (hidden).

Learn from the past, many iPhone users lost theirs important data including contacts, text messages, photos, WhatsApp messages, notes and more from the iPhone devices after updating to the latest iOS. However, for majority of iPhone users, they have a wealth of experience on how to restore the lost data on iPhone after updating to the latest iOS, including the latest iOS 9.3.1 and even iOS 10.

To restore lost and deleted data on iPhone after upgrade, fix the abnormal iOS, backup data from iPhone to computer, and extract your data from iTune/iCloud backup to your iPhone, you just need the one-stop iOS data managment tool - iPhone Data Recovery.

Now, you are allowed to download a trial version of iPhone Data Recovery for Windows or iPhone Data Recovery for Mac by clicking the below button.


How to Restore Lost iPhone Data after iOS 9.3.1/iOS 10 Update

Step 1. Launch the Program and Connect Your iPhone

First of all, install and launch the iPhone Data Recovery on your computer, by default, your iPhone is on the first mode (Recover from iOS Device), after that, take out the USB cable to connect your iPhone to computer, the program will detect your devices soon.

Note: Before running iPhone Data Recovery, you need to download the latest version of iTunes on your computer. To avoid the automatically sync, please do not launch iTunes when running the recovery program. we suggest you disable the automatical syncing in iTunes in advance: launch iTunes > Preferences > Devices, check “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically”.

Step 2. Choose the File Types to Scan

Once your iPhone is connected and recognized, you can see the window as below, please select the type of data you want to recover, such as contacts, text messages, photos, call history and so on. If done, click "Start Scan" to let the program to begins scanning your iPhone.

Tips: During the scanning process, if you see that the data you're looking for is there, then you can click the "Pause" button to stop the scanning process.

Step 3. Restore the Selected Content from Your iPhone

When the scanning is complete, all the scanning result will be shown, you can choose the data that you wanted to preview them one after another, you can search for a specific file by typing a keyword in the search box.

After choosing the data that you want to recover, now you can simple click the "Recover" button to save the selected data back to your computer.

Note: As for text messages, iMessage, contacts, or notes, when you clicking the Recover button, a dialog box will popping and ask you to "Recover to Computer" or "Recover to Device". If you want to put these messages back to your iOS device, click "Recover to Device".

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Restore iPhone SE after Updating to iOS 9.3.1

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