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Free and professional ways for iPhone lost data recovery on mac

Calm down,when you lost any data from iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5

Some guys may be so nervous when they lost data from their iPhone by accidental deletion, factory resetting or other iOS error. Honesetly, you don’t need to be nervous and disappointed. Some free and professiona ways can help you recover lost data from iPhone on Mac.

Free ways for iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5 lost data recovery on Mac OS


Check iTunes backup

You must realize that when you connect your iPhone to Mac computer, and launch iTunes, iTunes will back up and sync your phone data including contacts, text messages, call history, photo stream, videos, notes, calendar, apps,etc. So, when you find you have lost any data from your iPhone, try to connect it to iTunes again, you can see the laest backup time in iTunes, then you just restore backup, you may get back what you lost.

Get it sync

If you can’t get wanted backup information in iTunes, but still need to restore lost data from iPhone on Mac, you can try to sync from some the 3rd-party apps like Microsoft-Outlook, Gmail, Goole Drive,etc. The operation is simple, for example, Click the phone in the “Devices” tab when it appears, and click the “Info” tab. In the “Contacts” section, click “Sync contacts from” and make your selection. Follow the prompts and sync your phone. To download contacts from a Google account, tap the “Settings” app and tap “Mail, Contacts, Calendars.” Set your Google account as your default contacts account.

Donwload back from iCloud

This way is like sync. iCloud is a cloud service provided by Apple,it allow user to backup their iOS device data to cloud server for storage and sharing. if you have enabled iCloud funcion on your phone, it will back up your contacts, calendar, note, photos,etc automatically every day. So when you need to get back them, you also can download or sync them via Aplle ID.

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Another kind of professional way to restore iPhone lost data on Mac

However, not all of us are so lucky to have backup for iPhone lost data. If backup don’t exist, those free ways may not help you to do iPhone lost data recovery on Mac.

In this case, you need to find more professional way to help you get back what you lost. Don’t worry,professional doesn’t mean complicated. You can use professional iPhone data recovery software for Mac.

Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac can get back all the data on iPhone with 3 powerful recovery modes: Recover Data directly from device, from iTunes backup file or from iCloud backup. With any way, you can quickly recover photos, contacts, text messages, notes and more on iPhone. It fully compatible with iOS 8 & iOS 8.2, iOS 8.3.

The steps of iPhone Data Recovery for Mac are easy as well.

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to Mac and Start to Scan.

Step 2: Preview and Select Lost Files

How to recover lost data from iPhone after iTunes 12.1 upgrade

Your iTunes 12.1 works well?

Apple released new version for iTunes just not long ago. iTunes 12.1 provide better services including data sync between iPhone, iPad, and iPod. What’s more, Mac version allows users check what is playing in notification bar in Mac OS X Yosemite.

The most important is, iTunes 12.1 have been changed from 32 bit to 64 bit. Thanks to this big change, many users gave feedback about iTunes 12.1 can’t work on their Windows computer, and some the 3rd-party iOS devices management software can’t run as normal as before. Those accidents make many users can’t back up and restore iPhone from iTunes normally.

How to recover iPhone data after iTunes 12.1 upgrade?

Indeed, errors happen to those users who still use 32 bit computer system mostly. And many the 3rd-party iOS device management software are developed based on old 32 bit system, so they all need to be updated for 64 bit.

If you need to use new iTunes or other software to restore iPhone data from backup, it seems not so convenient. Here are two ways to help you get back iPhone data from iTunes backup.


Way 1: Degrade iTunes

Many guys think that degrading iTunes is easy, just uninstall it from computer, and reinstall the older version. However, after reintalling, iTunes may not recognize iPhone. It is because, just unintalling iTunes doesn’t mean all additional software have been removed from computer.

So, there is a tip to degrade iTunes.

In fact, we need to follow some steps to unintall iTunes from computer.
First, you need to uninstall iTunes and related software with following orderin the “Control Panel ” and then restart the computer :

1.iTunes
2.QuickTime
3.Apple Software Update
4.Apple Mobile Device Support
5.Bonjour
6.Apple Application Support

Note : Be sure to uninstall fllowing the above order, if you just uninstall in any other order or only uninstall some of them, it may produce unintended consequences.

After making sure new version of iTunes have been unintalled, you can reintall the older version of iTunes to restore your iPhone data.

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Way 2: Recover iPhone data with iPhone Data Recovery software

Um….you think it is annoying to reintall iTunes? Sometimes, accidents and errors still happen even if reintalling iTunes. Well, you can try to use other iPhone data recovery software to get back your lost iPhone data on computer without iTunes.

Tenorhsare iPhone Data Recovery(Win/Mac) in a program to recover data including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call history, apps’ data, Viber messages, WhatsApp messgaes,etc. It can work without iTunes, and also allows users restore iPhone datad from iTunes backup.

The steps for iPhone data recovery with Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery are easy. You just install it to your Windows or Mac computer. Then connect your iPhone to computer, the software will detect device automatically. After detecting, you can scan your device to recover lost data, or import iTunes backup to restore.

Know more about it here: http://www.tenorshare.com/products/iphone-data-recovery-mac.html

I hope this tip can help you get back iPhone data in iTunes 12.1!

iPhone 5S and Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks Release Data, Rumors and Features

Part I. iPhone 5S Rumors and Features

Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S (also called iPhone 6) is coming, here we’d like to share the most promising 4 iPhone 5S features.

1. iPhone 5S New NFC

iPhone 5S Data Recovery

iPhone 5 vs iPhone 5S

According to the leaked specs, the iPhone 5S include an NFC reader, a Fingerprint Reader, a 4-inch 1136 × 640 display and a new 12 megapixel backside camera with dual LED flash. The new handset also allegedly boasts 2GB of RAM, a quad-core SGX 554MP4 GPU, an A6 CPU and improved LTE. It also has a bigger battery than its predecessor.

2. iPhone 5S battery

We all expect things to get a little better with every new iteration of the iPhone, and it seems the battery is one of those going to get a little spec bump. In a ‘leaked photo’, which is apparently from October of last year, the new iPhone prototype showed a 5.92Whr battery, up from the 5.45Whr option in the 5.

3. iPhone 5S camera

In January 2013 iLounge received information that indicated the handset would sport the same design as the iPhone 5 with the key difference being a beefier camera and larger flash on the back. That’s hardly ground breaking from Apple, with the touted 13MP camera on the 5S hardly bucking the trend considering the Sony Xperia Z already has this and we’d expect the Samsung Galaxy S4 to offer up something similar.

4. Apple iPhone 5S release date and price

iPhone 5S release date continue to run wild as a new report pegs the iPhone 5S release for late September. Interestingly, it is believed Apple’s purported low-cost iPhone, which is expected to be priced between $349 and $559, will launch somewhat earlier, likely towards the beginning of September alongside the unofficially named iPad 5. Two iPad minis are expected to be made consumer available in 2014 at the earliest, one also a low-cost version and the other with a Retina display.

Part II. Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks Rumors and Features

Apple OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Apple OS X 10.9

The latest version of OS X, called Maverricks has been announced and will launched this fall. Mavericks isn’t a huge leap forward in terms of features, but it sees Apple tweaking and introducing content related apps and services such as Maps and Notifications synchronizing across all Apple devices and iBooks now coming to OS X. Also going are the irritating and outdated interface elements such as leather/paper-style backgrounds.

1. OS X Mavericks price

Previous releases of OS X have been low priced and Mountain Lion was even cheaper at GBP £14, USD $20, AUD $21. We’re expecting the OS X 10.9 price to be similar.

2. OS X Mavericks Maps and iBooks

Two apps from iOS, Maps and iBooks, have made their way to Mavericks. Maps includes features such as interactive flyover data, vector graphics, and 3D views. It also provides the ability to send map coordinates to iPhones with a button push for voice navigation on the move.

Maps now integrates with OS X’s Calendar app too, giving users the ability to look up travel times between two locations to prevent them from scheduling anything in that period. Users don’t have to go directly to the Maps app for such navigational wizardry either, as Apple has integrated maps into Mail, Contacts and Calendar. Developers can do the same with their own apps using the Map Kit API.

3. OS X Mavericks Siri

In November, 9To5Mac reported that early builds of OS X 10.9 indicate that Apple is working on adding Siri to its Mac products this year. The report cites “reliable sources” who say that OS X 10.9 has Siri voice command integration that can help users carry out functions using just their voice, like in Apple’s latest iPhones and iPods.
Meanwhile, Apple has brought iBooks and its 1.8 million titles to the desktop, including any books users have previously purchased. The company gave an interactive demonstration of iBooks’ new features at WWDC, which include zooming in, changing font sizes, and adding annotations. Seamless integration across iPhones and iPads means users can pick up books where they left off too.

4. OS X 10.9 New iWork

Apple’s iWork could be getting some much needed attention. Apple has been advertising for various iWork job roles within the company, and we expect that we could see a new iWork suite launched alongside Mac OS X 10.9.

Note: As we all known, data lost happens on each iOS generation. The best suggestion is iOS device data backup. If you lost data when upgrade iPhone 4S to iPhone 5S, you can try iPhone 5S data recovery software.