2015/08/08

iOS 9 Data Recovery - Are You Ready For Updating Your iPhone iPad iPod To iOS 9

85% Of iOS Devices Have Been Upgraded To iOS 8

Although iOS 8 has been very popular among iOS users, but with the case of iOS 7's, there are also some gap.


According to the latest data provided by Apple's Web site, in all current iOS devices, iOS 8 percentage has reached 85%. On the eve of the upcoming iOS 9, which is good news for Apple.

Data show, iOS 7 current share of about 13%, while the older version of iOS system ratio is about 2%. Although iOS 8 in iOS users has been very popular, but with iOS 7's case there is a gap. As of May 2014, iOS 7 was being installed to 90% of iPhone and 85% of iPad.

Compared with iOS 7, change of iOS 8 upgrades is not great. iOS 7 overturn iOS system design, so users can be more motivated to upgrade.

iOS 9 will not bring similar user interface upgrade, but will provide many new features, such as upgrading Siri user interface, and new search and Spotlight tools, etc.

So, The vast majority of users are looking forward to upgrade theirs iDevices to the iOS 9. However, according to many users' feedback in the past, when upgrading theirs iPhone iPad or iPod to the new operating system, perhaps there will be some obstacles. So, are you ready for the iOS 9 upgrade?

Questions 1 - Which Kinds of iOS Devices Can Upgrading to iOS 9?

iOS 9 is full of enhancements you’ll appreciate every day. Your apps become more essential. New multitasking features on iPad make you even more productive. Siri can do more than ever, and new proactive suggestions help you get things done before you ask. And improvements at the foundation of the operating system enhance performance, battery life, and security. The more you do with iOS 9, the more you’ll wonder how you ever did without it.

Apple device that supports iOS 9:

 iPhone iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S
 iPad iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 3rd generation, iPad 4th generation, iPad 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini
 iPod iPod Touch 5G


Questions 2 - How to Backup You Data from iPhone iPad & iPod Touch to PC/iTunes Before Updating to iOS 9?

Backing up data from iPhone, as well as iPad and iPod touch is necessary before updating your device(s) to the new operating system, no matter it's the iOS 7, iOS 8 or the latest iOS 9. Backing up iPhone iPad iPod to computer or iTunes/iCloud, so that you can restore the backup or lost data back to your iDevices after upgrading to iOS 9, to effectively reduce the risk of data loss.

Only know backing up with iTunes or iCloud, please click "5 Ways to Backup Data from iPhone iPad iPod" to read the more complete and selectable ways of iDevices backup.


Questions 3 - How to Upgrade iPhone iPad iPod to iOS 9?

iOS software updates introduce new features that let you do even more with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Be sure to keep your devices up to date so that you don't miss out on the latest features. However, for many users, they still don't not how to upgrade theirs iPhone iPad or iPod touch to the new iOS 9. In fact, to upgrding to the new iOS, there still get different ways.


Questions 4 - How to Out of Recovery Mode after iOS 9 Upgrade?

Is your iPhone iPad or iPod stuck in recovery mode? It is a state of iBoot when users are applying updates or restoring data. All the files on iOS 9 (and other versions) are deleted in it. What's worse, the phone can not operate normally unless something is done to solve this problem. Some may turn to iTunes, only to find out that it does not work. But, iOS Data Recovery can help you with it.

iOS Data Recovery gets your iPhone iPad and iPod out of recovery mode easily. To be specific, just two steps are needed for the iDevice(s) to enter the normal mode. And, to kill two birds with one stone, you can also use this software for data recovery.

iOS Data Recovery, as well as the iOS Data Recovery for Mac, newly rolls out the feature " Fix iOS to Normal", making it easy for users to get iPhone, iPad and iPod touch of white screen, Recovery Mode, Apple logo, black screen, and fix the issues when your iOS device perform abnormally. It can't cause any data loss while repairing the operating system of your iOS device.



Note: after using this function, your iOS device will be updated to the latest iOS version. And if your iOS device is a jailbroken one, then it will be updated to non-jailbroken. If you have unlocked your iOS device before, then it will be re-locked again.


Questions 5 - How to Restore Lost Data after Upgrading iPhone iPad iPod to iOS 9

According to a survey for 3000 users which have upgrading experience from 9to5Mac's, there is one user lost data and two users failed upgrade every 10 users after the iOS upgrde. Just because of the iOS 9 is so attracting users, I understand that you can't wait to try the latest iOS version, however, I do remind you to be cautious while performing upgrade in case of losing significant data like contacts, messages, video, photos and more.

You can have iOS Data Recovery (Mac) or iOS Data Recovery, a professional iOS data recovery program installed on your computer in case of files lost due to mal-operation. With iOS Data Recovery, you will be able to retrieve photos, videos, iMessages, message attachments, WhatsApp messages, contacts, call history, reminders, notes, calendar, safari bookmarks, app documents etc.

iOS Data Recovery provides you three different ways to retrieve iPhone iPad iPod data: recover from iOS device directly without backups, restore from iTunes backup and restore from iCloud backup. If you haven’t done iTunes or iCloud before, you can choose the first mode and connect iDevice to PC. If you don’t have your iDevice with you or have your iPhone/iPad/iPod dead, stolen, water damaged, but have backed-up with iTunes/iCloud, you can try restore from iTunes or iCloud backup.


Recover all types of data, from iOS device, iTunes or iCloud backup such as You can recover contacts, photos, messages, call history, calendar, notes, reminder, Safari bookmark, camera roll, photo stream, voice memos, voicemail, and App data from WhatsApp, Flirc, iPhoto, iMovie, Kindle, Keynote, etc.

Supported Devices:
iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, The new iPad, iPad 2, iPad 1, iPod touch 5, iPod touch 4

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