Contacts on our iPhones are involved so much in our life. The more contacts you have listed on the iPhone, the bigger your social cirecle is and thus the more important to keep your contacts safe. As all know Apple keeps updating the iOS to optimize user experience, but the updating sometimes accidentally swallow our contacts, notes, photos and reminders when means so much for us without any to trace to track. We decide to have a update for a safer and more stable iOS, and wait patiently while the progress bar seem to be freezing at all, only to find all the contacts are gone! What a frustration!
“Don’t you Apple people test before you release the 8.2 iOS version? Or Apple, as the cash richest company just employs mentally-challenged baboons?” Some people posted so with anger on the Apple discussion forum.
We understand the anger and frustration. Without the contacts, how to keep in touch with our family, our friends, our bank services, express agents and even our doctors?
So we have this iFonebox
for you, so long as you have iTunes or iCloud backup for your iPhone, you can find everything lost caused by the updating, surely including your Contacts with this professional iPhone recovery tool.
You can have a free trial by downloading the trial version.
To find your Contacts back, you just need a few clicks.
Step 1: Plug in your device to your computer, and then install and launch iFonebox, and choose “Recover from iTunes backup”, you will see the interface below.
Step 2: Choose iTunes Backup
Then, all the iTunes backup files will be listed on your PC automatically. Choose the one for your iPad/iPhone/iPod.
Step 3: Choose Contacts
Choose Contacts to recover by clicking on the icon of the Contacts on the interface below.
Step 4: Preview and recover
Then the Contacts list will be showed, you can check whatever you want to recover.
As you can see from the interface above, you can recover the Contacts directly back to your iPhone and that is cool! But the present version is only capable of transferring Contacts and Notes back to device.