How to Recover Data from iPhone/iPad after iOS 11 Update

2017 WWDC will officially debut in June 5th, iOS 11 will also be launched at that time. There are a lot of news about iOS 11. For example, FaceTime will increase the group talk function and can be used by up to 5 people. Wallet App will be redesigned, it added to the social function, with payment services such as Venmo, so that users can remittance to others via a mobile program or network interface. Wallet App will probably join iMessage mode, so that users can transfer through iMessage.

Many iPad or iPhone users can't wait to upgrade iOS 11. However, upgrading the system is not a simple thing; some iPhone or iPad users have tried data to be deleted after upgrading the system. Well, when this happens, how do we recover data from iPhone/iPad after iOS 11 update?

After upgrading iOS 11, the data can be retrieved by Dr.Fone toolkit - iOS Data Recovery. This is a very powerful toolkit that people can use to recover data on iOS devices. As you might expect, it's not only compatible with all iOS devices, but it's also compatible with the latest iOS system. You can use it to restore all types of data, such as text messages, photos, music, video, call history, WhatasApp, messenger, voice memos, voicemail, Safari's bookmark, etc. The recovered data will not be damaged. And no one can check the data on your device. In addition, it has simple steps and is a convenient software.


Steps to Recover Data from iPhone/iPad after Updating to iOS 11

Step 1. Connect iPhone/iPad to the computer

First of all, you need to download and run dr.fone toolkit on your computer. Also, use the USB line to connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer. When the program successfully detects your iPhone/iPad, click on "Data Recovery" and select "Recover from iOS Device" option.

Tips: Before running dr.fone, you're supposed to download the latest version of iTunes. To avoid the automatically sync, don't launch iTunes when running dr.fone toolkit. I suggest you disable the automatical syncing in iTunes beforehand: launch iTunes > Preferences > Devices, check "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically".

Step 2. Scan your iPhone/iPad for the lost content

Then click "Start Scan" to scan your iPad/iPhone. The process will last for a few minutes. During scanning, when you see the data you need to recover, you can click the "Pause" button.

Step 3. Preview the scanned data

When the scanning process is finished, all scanned data is displayed in the window. You can click on them and preview them one by one. You can also filter out deleted data, and you just swipe the option "Only display the deleted items" to ON. In addition, you can type keywords to find specific files in the search box.

Step 4. Recover data from your iPhone/iPad selectively

When you find or search for files that you need to recover, tick them and click "Recover".

By default, the recovered data will be saved to the computer. However, if these data are text messages, iMessages, contacts or notes, when you click "Recover", the program pops up two buttons, and you can restore them to the device or to the computer. If you want to recover these messages to your iPhone/iPad, click "Recover to Device".

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