Every time the latest iOS version is released, many iPhone users talk about data loss on Apple's discussion community. Here is an iUser’s predicament:
Last night, I updated my iPhone to the latest software version iOS 10.3 Beta, everything is perfect except my photos. I have to restart my iPhone 7 because I can’t open the Photos App at the first time. To my surprise, I found that some of my photos from the past 3 days are gone, which mostly belong to my little girl.
Is there any way I can get these photos back? I backed up my phone to iTunes last night before the update.
Actually, things would be simple enough if she turns to iFonebox
for help. As a professional and trustworthy iOS data recovery software, iFonebox is definitely the optimum choice for you to recover only photos after update to iOS 10.3, which means you don’t have to restore the whole backup and wipe out any existing data that stored on your device now. What an amazing program!
As we all know, data loss happens more commonly than we think which is why we are all advised to create backups of all the data on our devices. With iFonebox, you’ll be given two options to retrieve only photos after iOS 10.3 update. If you have backed up your Photos to iTunes before an update, you’ll be allowed to retrieve Photos from the iTunes backup
and you do not need to restore iPhone by erasing current data. Besides, if there’s available and associated iCloud Backup File for your selection, you’re able to download data from iCloud backup and recover lost photos to your computer
Aside from that, iFonebox is far more than get missing photos back after update to iOS 10.3 for you. You’re also entitled to transfer image or video to computer, back up data from almost all kinds of iOS device, even preview the information from device or backup clearly. Just click the icons here to get this advanced application and make sure to install the right version for your computer.
How to recover only photos after update to iOS 10.3 from iTunes backup?
Step One: Launch Program
Click Recover from iTunes Backup File, you’ll see all backups you have listed in the interface, choose the most relevant with your lost photos, then click "Select" button to begin.
Step Two: Scan Photos
It will scan automatically after you click the Photos icon, it might take your some time because the capacity of photos usually can’t be ignored, and the duration depends on the amount of your data.
Step Three: Recover Photos.
Now it’s time to recover photos from backup, choose the photos you want to restore and click the Recover to PC button in the bottom right corner of the interface.