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How to retrieve lost data from iPhone or iPad update to iOS 10? How to recover iPhone lost data after upgrade to iOS 10? Read here to get back missing data from iPhone after iOS 10 update.


3 methods to retrieve lost data from iPhone/iPad update to iOS 10
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retrieve lost data from iPhone/iPad update to iOS 10
It is confirmed that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be released on September 7, 2016, just a few days away. iOS 10 will come out alone. Whenever it comes to new iOS update or new iPhone release, one of the most serious problems is iOS data loss problem. More and more iPhone users will lose important data like contacts, messages, notes, etc, from iOS device in the process of iOS update. So is there any way to retrieve lost data from iPhone/iPad update to iOS 10? Absolutely yes. Here, I have three methods to help you recover data from iPhone or iPad lost due to iOS 10 update.

Method 1. Recover iPhone/iPad lost data from iCloud backup after iOS 10 update 

If you have an iCloud backup for your iPhone lost data in the process of iOS 10 update, I think you can restore from iCloud backup file directly. Here are the steps: iPhone Settings>General>Reset>Reset All Settings, then your iPhone will wipe all data and settings on it. After finished, you have chance to choose restore from your iCloud backup, thus you can get back iPhone lost data from iCloud backup directly.

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Method 2. Retrieve iPhone/iPad missing data from iTunes backup after iOS 10 update 

Also, if you have an iTunes backup for your iPhone lost data, here is your another choice: restore from iTunes backup directly to retrieve your iPhone lost data due to iOS 10 update.

Just launch iTunes and then, connect your iPhone to the computer. After recognized it, you can choose to recover from iTunes backup via clicking Restore from backup button.

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Method 3. Get back lost data from iPhone/iPad directly after iOS 10 update 

If you have no backup for your iPhone lost data before update to iOS 10, what can you do to recover data lost due to iOS 10 upgrade? Don't worry. Within the help from iFonebox, you can also retrieve iPhone or iPad lost data upgrading to iOS 10 easily.

As is known that iFonebox is a professional iOS 10 data recovery tool which enables you to retrieve deleted or lost data like contacts, text messages, wechat messages, notes, etc, from iPhone or iPad directly. Plus, if you have an iTunes or iCloud backup for your lost data, iFonebox can extract and restore data from backup selectively, without wiping any data on your iOS device. So cool. BTW, you can transfer recovered contacts, notes and messages back to your iOS device directly.

It is necessary to download and install iFonebox on your computer firstly. There are two versions accessible: Windows version and Mac version.

Steps to retrieve lost data from iPhone after update to iOS 10

Step 1. Launch iFonebox. After installation of iFonebox, now run it. Choose Recover from iOS Device mode. Please connect your iPhone to the computer. If it is the first time to connect your iPhone to the computer, you need to choose Yes when asked whether to "Trust the computer" on your iPhone screen. Next, click Start button to begin the whole process. mode one

Step 2. Scan data you lost from iPhone. Now you will be in the main interface of iFonebox. Just click on data you need to start scanning. Take notes item as example. step two

Step 3. Preview and select missing notes to recover. After scanning, now it's your turn to choose those missing notes and then, click Recover to Device button or Recover to PC to end the whole process.
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Tips: If you have an iCloud or iTunes backup for your missing data,  you can also choose Recover from iCloud Backup or Recover from iTunes Backup mode to get back lost notes.
 
3 methods to retrieve lost data from iPhone/iPad update to iOS 10
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