If your iPhone 6 have stored tons of messages, it will be inconvenient to view the messages although you can search any messages item you want, as you can only search by entering phone number or any words you can remember. So, I am going to suggest a solution which makes it possible to view your iPhone 6 messages, even the deleted iPhone 6 messages on your Mac computer. Viewing your iPhone messages on Mac means that you have to get the iPhone messages items off you’re your iPhone firstly.
There are a couple of ways to export your iPhone messages to Mac so that you can view your messages freely with specialized iOS data recovery software, iFonebox.
As professional iOS data recovery software, iFonebox
is capable of exporting and recovering lost or deleted messages
from your iPhone or iPad as well as from iTunes or iCloud backup file selectively. In addition, iFonebox can recover other data categories like contacts, notes, reminders, voice memos, whatsapp messages, safari bookmarks and photos etc. Or you can create an additional backup for all the data iFonebox supports on your computer, as iTunes backup file itself does not mean anything if it cannot be restored to your iPhone.
And it can run on both Windows and Mac version. This guide is going to demonstrate you how to transfer messages so that you can view your iPhone messages on your Mac with iFonebox for Mac.
You can download a trial version at first to have a try but you need to pay for the full version.
Now let’s show you the detailed steps. iFonebox offers three ways to export the messages from your iPhone, recover from iDevice, recover from iTunes Backup, and recover from iCloud Backup, here I would like to demonstrate how to transfer the messages from your iPhone.
Step 1: Install and run the full version of iFonebox for Mac and choose “Recover from iCloud Backup”. You will be asked to sign in with an Apple ID.
Step 2: After you sign in successfully, you will be presented with a list of iCloud backup file, choose one from which you want to export your messages to download. Usually the most recent one is recommended.
Step 3: Choose data category you want to download from the iCloud backup file. Or you can choose to include all the supported data types in the downloading. And the downloading may take quite a while, depending on the how many data are included in the backup file.
Step 4: Choose the data category of messages by clicking on the icon for messages.
Step 5: Choose whatever messages items you want to recover to your Mac by checking your targeted items. You can choose to transfer all the messages to your Mac or checking “Only display the deleted items” to export the deleted items only.