Apple Corp has released the official version of iOS 10.3, I cannot wait to update it. As far as I know, iOS 10.3 enabled a new APFS file system, in order to optimize the storage space, encrypt each file in the system independently, and protect the user’s privacy fundamentally. Because of this, the system update time will be longer than before.
I can’t wait, so I immediately upgrade my iPhone 7 system. However, when I upgraded to iOS 10.3, I found that the data in iPhone7 was lost. Not only does this happen to me, but when I ask my friends, some friends also found that iPhone or even iPad data lost.
For the moment, don’t talk about why the iPhone/iPad data will be lost after the upgrade. Many users don’t have the habit of backing up data, so the lost data can be restored after iOS 10.3 update?
Don’t worry, use dr.fone toolkit – iOS Data Recovery to solve your problems.
This is a iOS recovery software, in other words, your iPhone and iPad can use it to restore data. It is not only compatible with the latest iOS devices; it is also compatible with the latest version of iOS, which is iOS 10.3. It is also known as the world’s 1st iPhone and iPad data recovery software. You can use it to restore a variety of data, such as photos, videos, contacts, messages, notes, call logs, etc.. In addition, it can solve a variety of scenarios, such as lost data after factory reset, system crash, and lost data due to iOS update. More importantly, it can achieve the desire to safe recovery, data is 100% secure. It is also easy to use; you can recover the lost data in just a few simple steps.
Download and run dr.fone toolkit on your computer. Then, use the USB cable to connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer. Next, you can see the main interface has all the tools, you need to click on “Data Recovery” and select “Recover from iOS Device” option.
Tips: Before running dr.fone, you need 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”.
Next, the program enters a new window. You can see that there are a lot of data types, and you can select them to scan. Then, click “Start Scan”. The scanning process may take you a few minutes. If you see the files you need to recover, you can click “Pause”.
At the end of the scan process, all the scanned data are displayed on the window. Now you can preview them one by one. Of course, you can view delete or existing data, just swipe the option “Only display the deleted items” to ON.
When you find you need to restore data, check them. Then, click “Recover”. By default, the recovered data will be saved to your computer. As for text messages, iMessage, contacts, or notes, when you click “Recover”, the program will pop up a window to ask you to “Recover to Computer” or “Recover to Device”. If you want to put these messages back to your iPhone/ipad, click “Recover to Device”.