How to Restore Lost Data Content from iPhone 6/6S/Plus on iOS 10/9

iPhone users bother, iOS 9.3 once again exposed the vulnerability of URL Crash

For some iOS 9.2.1, there have been similar problems, is currently Apple has not yet comment on this BUG, but also did not propose an emergency response methods.

Recently there have been a large number of users in Apple issues iOS 9.3 support forum that their devices in one click Safari, Messages, Notes and other applications website link, there has been a crash, die or reboot phenomenon. Equipment affected mainly iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, some of the old models of the iPhone and iPad also appeared the same problem.

There are some user reports, click the site link when there is no response, and long press these links will cause the system to collapse Ben. It is said that disable JavaScript in Safari can solve the problem, but this method is only applicable to Safari, other applications are still valid.

In addition, part of the iOS 9.2.1, there have been similar problems, now Apple has not been this BUG to comment, but did not offer emergency response methods.

How to Restore Your Lost Data from iPhone 6/6 Plus/6S/6S Plus after Upgrading to iOS 10/9.3.3/iOS 9.3.2

Upgrading from a previous iOS version should go smoothly and in most cases you should have the iPhone data and settings back, directly after updating to iOS 10/iOS 9.2/9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3. However, even a well-engineered upgrade can sometimes fail and may lead to data loss.

Actually, as iOS 10 came into the market, many iOS users whose iPhone is still running the old iOS can’t wait to upgrade their iDevice for more convenience and new functions. It’s absolutely right that upgrading OS is a good choice, however, the new system instability still exist, besides, there’s also risk for you to take that the process may fail on the half way and as a result, your data will get lost. And what you need is an iPhone/iPad data recovering tool – iOS Data Recovery.

iOS Data Recovery can help you easily to recover all kinds of your lost files from any iPhone including iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus after updating to iOS 9.3 and later, including Photos, WhatsApp chat history, Videos, Music, Contacts, Text Messages, Call Logs, Calendar, Notes, Voice Memos, and so on. What's more, the program ever supports to almost all iOS devices, but also iPad and iPod touch. Now, please follow us to learn the simple steps to restore your lost iPhone data, here we will take iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S series as an example:


Directly Recover Lost iPhone Data on iOS 10/9.3.3/9.3.2

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to Computer

Choose your iPhone to begin with, install the iOS Data Recovery on your computer and launch it. Then connect your iPhone to your computer.

Once your iPhone is detected by the program, in the pop-up primary window, by default, your iPhone is choose the “Recover from iOS Device” mode, according to the prompt, please select the data types you want to recover, and click “Start Scan” to let the software scanning and analyzing your device.

Note: Please make sure that the USB cable is well connected during the whole recovery process.

Step 2: Preview and Recover Your iPhone Lost Data

The scan will take you some time. Once it's completed, the program will show you all the scanning result, just choose the files you want to recover after previewing that, mark down those you want click “Recover” button on the lower right corner of the interface.

By default, the recovered data will be saved to your computer. As for text messages, iMessage, contacts, or notes, when you click Recover, a pop-up will ask you to "Recover to Computer" or "Recover to Device". If you want to put these messages back to your iOS device, click "Recover to Device".

If you can not find your data after the directly scanning, please don't worry, the program also also you to extract the lost data from your iTunes or iCloud backup files, please click to read the details:

Extract iPhone Lost Data from iTunes Backup

Extract iPhone Lost Data from iCloud Backup

Related Tutorial: How to Fix A Bricked iPhone iPad


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