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How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone8/7/6/6S?

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone8/7/6/6S?

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone 8/7/6S/6/5S

Quick Start: Three Recovery Modes:

    Method 1: Free restore lost data in iPhone 7 from iCloud backup

    Method 2: Free restore lost iPhone 7 data from iTunes backup

     Method 3. Using the iPhone data recovery program

If you delete iPhone Photos(Pictures), how to do?
Many iPhone users are no careful to deleted photos, or some of reason causes photo was lost. Failed to jailbreak your iPhone device, the upgrade fails; iPhone was lost or stolen, and more unknowable factors. With this, it is important that you should take some of the ways to recover deleted photos from the iPhone 8/7/7S/6/5s, if you want to recover your iPhone picture, please be careful not to use SSD data recovery tool, if you using Solid-State hard Drive data recovery tool to recover lost photos on iPhone,it will cause potential damage to your iPhone, because it does not recognize iPhone, not to mention recover your iPhone data.

Why SSD Data Recovery Tool can’t recover your iPhone data?
Do you know the iPhone how to store large amounts of data? Perhaps not everyone know that the iPhone uses NAND flash memory to store large amounts of data, it is not the SSD, all the files will be stored in the NAND flash memory.

NAND flash memory with a number of interesting properties. They can be programmed to only a limited amount of time to become unreliable. This is called a write endurance, or program erase cycle, which is why Apple does not choose SSD for their devices. So, when you connect your iPhone device, computer, this SSD recovery tools will not recognize the iPhone device, it is impossible to recover a lost iPhone or backup data. MacBook also did not use solid state drive, which has soldered onto the motherboard of the solid-state storage (flash memory), if you want to restore your iPhone photos or other files, you must use a professional iPhone data recovery software.

If you want recover photos (camera roll, photo library) from iPhone 8/7/7S/6/5s,you must to use a professional iPhone data recovery,because the SSD Data Recovery Software does not recognize iPhone,even cause potential damage to your iPhone!

iPhone Photo Recovery is professional iOS data recovery tool that can help you recover iPhone photo directly without backup iTunes,or restore lost photos (camera roll, photo library) from iTunes backup files.No matter you deleted your important photos by mistake,or lost your iPhone,you can use this iPhone photo recovery tool to get all photos back.

iPhone Photo Recovery works well with iPhone 8/7/7S/6/5s. It not only can recover photos,but also supports restore Video, Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari Bookmark and more directly from iPhone 8/7/7S/6/5s.

*Note: iPhone 8 is not available yet, all need to wait for some time. The device currently supported by this program has:
iPhone:iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4
iPad:All models of iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad mini, and iPad
iPod touch 5, iPod touch 4

Download the free trial version below to scan and preview lost photos before you recover them.

There are other free ways, of course, but what we recommend more is the free trial version of iOS data recovery.

Method 1. Free restore lost data in iPhone 7 from iCloud backup

If you have created iCloud backups for you new iPhone 7 data, you may simply restore or extract the iCloud backups to iPhone 7 with ease:

Turn on your iOS device.

In the Setup Assistant, proceed to "Set up your device", tap Restore from a Backup, then sign in to iCloud.

Proceed to "Choose backup", then choose from a list of available backups in iCloud.

Method 2. Free restore lost iPhone 7 data from iTunes backup

If you have used iTunes to backup your iPhone 7 data, you may also follow below steps to free restore lost iPhone 7 data from iTunes backup:

1. Open iTunes on PC or Mac that you used to backup iPhone 7 data;

2. Connect iPhone 7 to the computer with a USB cable.

Follow the onscreen steps to enter iPhone 7 pass-code or to trust This Computer.

3. Select iPhone 7 when it appears in iTunes.

4. Choose Restore Backup in iTunes and look at the date and size of each backup and select the most relevant.

5. Click Restore and wait for the restore to be finished.

Method 3. Using the iPhone data recovery program

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iPhone8/7/6/6S:

Three Part to Get Disappeared and Missing Data Back from iOS Devices:

Part 1. Recover Data from iOS Device Directly

Step 1. Connect iOS Device with Computer

Launch dr.fone toolkit on your computer. Use the USB cable that comes with your iOS device to connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, to your computer. 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 Device for Lost Data on It

Simply click the "Start Scan" button to let this program scan your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to scan for deleted or lost data. The scanning g process may last a few minutes, depending on the amount of data on your device. 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 process.

Step 3. Preview the Scanned Data

The scan will take you some time. Once it's completed, you can see a scan result generated by the program. Data both lost and existing on your device are displayed in categories. To filter out the deleted data on your iOS device, you can swipe the option "Only display the deleted items" to ON. By clicking the file type in the left side, you can preview the found data. And you can see there is a search box on the top right of the window. You can search for a specific file by typing a keyword in the search box.

Step 4. Recover Data from Your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch

When you find the data you need, just put the check mark in front of the box to select them. After then, click the "Recover" button at the bottom right of the window. By default, the recovered data will be saved to your computer. As for text messages, iMessage, contacts, or notes, when you click Recover, a pop-up will 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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Part 2. Recover Data from iTunes Backup

Step 1. Choose Recovery Mode

Launch dr.fone and select "Recover from iTunes Backup File" from "Data Recovery" tool. After then, the iTunes backup recovery tool will detect all iTunes backup files on this computer and display them in the window. You can confirm which one is the one you need according to the date it has been created.

Step 2. Scan Data from iTunes Backup File

Choose the iTunes backup file that contains the data you want to recover and click "Start Scan". It will take a few minutes to extract all data from the iTunes backup file. Be patient.

Step 3. Preview and Recover Data from iTunes Backup

After a few seconds, all data in the backup file will be extracted and displayed in categories. You can preview them one by one before recovery. Then you can selectively mark and recover those you want by pressing the "Recover" button at the bottom. Now contacts, notes and messages can be directly recovered to your iOS device if you keep your iOS device connected with your computer via a USB cable during the recovery process.

Tips: you can see there is a search box in the result window. From there, you can type in the name of a file to search for it.

Part 3. Recover Data from iCloud Backup

Step 1. Choose Recovery Mode

After running dr.fone toolkit, choose the recovery mode of "Recover from iCloud Backup Files" from "Data Recovery" on the dashboard. Then you'll see the window below. Enter your iCloud account and password to login. dr.fone takes your privacy seriously. We never keep a record of any your Apple account info or content at any time during your sessions.

Step 2. Download iCloud Backup File

When you logged into iCloud, the program can find all iCloud backup files in your account. Choose the one where you're going to recover data and click on the "Download" button.

And then in the pop-up, you can choose the type of files you would like to download. This will reduce the time of downloading the iCloud backup file. After that, you can scan the iCloud content now. Click on the "Scan" button to begin. It will take you some time. Just wait for a moment.

Step 3. Preview and Recover Data from iCloud Backup File

The scan will be complete in a few minutes. Once it stops, you can preview almost all data in your iCloud backup file, like contacts, messages, photos, and more. Check them one by one and tick the item you want. Then click on the "Recover to Computer" or "Recover to your device" button to save them on your computer or your device with one click.

Now contacts, messages and notes can be directly recovered to your iOS device if your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is connected with your computer with a USB cable during the recovery process.


 In life, accidents happen at any moment, so we have to store our important data on the computer periodically in order to avoid losing data.

More information of iPhone/iPad/iPod Recovery:

iPhone/iPad/iPod Data Recovery can not only recover deleted or lost photos from your iPhone, but more other data files, including contacts, messages, videos, calendar, call history, notes,call logs, memos and calendars, even Safari bookmarks.If you own a iPhone,iPad or iPod,this all-in-one iOS  data recovery software is the best for you,every you update iPhone/iPad to more iOS system,you can get all lost data back by yourself. 


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