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Before restoring iPhone from iTunes backup file, you’d better create alternative backup on your Mac for important data on your iPhone.

How to create backup for iPhone to Mac before restoring from iTunes
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back_up_iphone_before_restoring_from_itunesiTunes, as a great files managing tool for Apple devices, works excellently in organizing all kinds of media files and syncing dada from various iOS devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Every time when you find your Contacts, Note, Messages, or Photos on your iPhone lost, you can turn to iTunes for help as you can choose to recover the lost data or restore your iPhone from iTunes backup file.

Chances are, you didn’t realize that you have lost some iPhone data the moment when it happened, so most probably you would continue to use your iPhone and new data like notes, phones, messages and reminders etc kept being generated. If you choose restore your iPhone from iTunes backup file, data generated after the data loss will not be restored to your iPhone, and worse, overwritten and erased forever.

Therefore, you need iFonebox to export all the data () including the lost data to your computer for alternative backup in case of newly generated data being overwritten and erased forever.

You can download a free trial version to have a try before you decide to pay for the registered version.

Now I am going to show you how to export all the iPhone data supported by iFonebox to Mac OS computer to avoid data loss with the Mac version of iFonebox.

Step 1: Install and run the full version of iFonebox for Mac and then plug in your iPhone to Mac computer. Click "Start" after your iPhone is detected by iFonebox for Mac.
Step 2: Check the box of “Recover All” after you are brought to the interface of data type list. If you are sure that there are only Contacts, or Notes or Messages or Photos only generated after the data loss, you can choose to selectively export the certain data to your Mac OS computer.
Step 3: Define a destination folder for the exported data before clicking to start the recovering process. Or you can use the default the destination folder.
You don’t need to worry about data loss any more after you have finished the exporting data to Mac computer.
How to create backup for iPhone to Mac before restoring from iTunes
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