How to Use iPhone Data Recovery for Mac

Two methods to guarantee successful and precise recovery: Recover from iOS devices, and Recover from iTunes Backup File.

Part 1: Recover from iOS devices

Deleted Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream, Message attachments, Voice memos, WhatsApp Attachments, Voicemail, App Photos, App Videos, App Audio, Contacts, Messages, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminder, Safari bookmark, WhatsApp, App Document are all available to recover or get out from iPhone XS/XS Max/XR/X/8/8 Plus/7/7 Plus/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus/SE/5s/5c/5/4s/4, iPad, iPad Pro/mini 4/mini 3/mini 2/mini/Air 2/Air/4/3/2, iPod touch/nano.

Note: Don't use your iOS device anymore after the data lose. Any operation can generate new data that will cover the recovable data, which will influence the accuracy of the recovery.

Step1: Connect your device to the program

Choose "Recover from iOS Device" and connect your device to the program with your USB cable. After the connection, you can see the interface for "Start scan". Note: For iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 1 and iPod touch 4, the interface presents two modes for scanning. Advanced mode is recommended for more data recovery.

Connect iPhone

Step 2: Scan your device to detect the lost data

Click "Start Scan" to go into the device scanning process. Your device will be detected in a few seconds.

Note: For iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 1 and iPod touch 4 users, there teaches you three steps of just 25 seconds to get the devices fully scanned.

Scan

Step 3: Preview and Recover lost data

After the scanning, users can see all the data types on the left panel of the interface. Specific files (both lost and existing) of each category are shown on the right panel for preview. Select files needed to recover then click "Recover" to get the lost data back. Also, users are all free to export the existing data.

Preview and Recover lost data

Part 2: Recover from iTunes Backup File

Get back lost Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream, Message attachments, Voice memos, WhatsApp Attachments, Voicemail, App Photos, App Videos, App Audio and export other existing files from iTunes.

Note: don't sync your device with iTunes after data loss, or the iTunes backup file will be updated after the sync.

Step 1: Select iTunes Backup File to start scan

Choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File" on the initial interface then you can see the interface as the one on the right.

Note: The interface will show all the backup files of your iPhone(s), iPad(s) or iPod(s) that have been sync with the iTunes on your Mac. Choose one file according to your need then click "Start Scan" to analysis the backed-up files.

Recover from iTunes Backup Files

Step 2: Preview and Retrieve lost files

Scanning process completed, you can all the files in categories presenting on the left panel of the interface of "Recover from iTunes Backup File".

Recover from iTunes Backup File

Note: Before the recovery, you can preview specific files for precise recovery. For Contacts, Messages, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminder, Safari bookmark, WhatsApp, users can recover the lost data and get the existing data out. And for other data types, the program supports exporting existing data alone.

Part 3: Recover from iCloud Backup File

You are also able o recover deleted files from iCloud backup with AnyMP4 iPhone Data Recovery for Mac.

Step 1: Log into iCloud account

Choose "Recover from iCloud Backup File" on the initial interface. And type your iCloud account and its password to sign in.

Step 2: Choose iCloud backup

You are able to view available iCloud backups for your device. Choose one appropriate backup and choose the file types to download.

Step 3: Recover from iCloud backup

After downloading, the program will scan the files and display the available file for your iDevice. Choose what you want to recover, and finally click the "Recover" button.