2016/07/07

Recover Lost Data from iPad After iOS 10 Update, Retrieve iPad to iOS 10


Apple released the first beta version of iOS 10 and Mac OS Sierra, compared to the previous version of the developers and beta version upgrade there is no threshold, all users regardless of your Apple ID is associated with the developer account, you can apply to upgrade.

Beta version upgrade is very simple, as long as you hand on Apple devices support upgrading the iOS 10/mac OS Sierra, to beta.apple.com register and download description file to the corresponding equipment, waiting for the OTA push send can be.

In June of this year's WWDC, apple is already clearly said will bring about the upgrading the IOS 10/Mac OS Sierra, in after a month of waiting for, the beta version of the line. According to the given Apple's official document, the current release of the first beta version of the system, whether it is iOS 10 or Mac OS Sierra compared to the developer beta 2 have no obvious difference, but its applicable range is greater.

For those who want to upgrade iOS 10 and Mac OS Sierra, we recommend please don't upgrade on their main model, from the point of view of the experience of the second developer version, although Apple has the bug of the first edition of some adjustments, but bug system is still a lot of, so please take into consideration the upgrade.

Support the upgrade iOS 10 beta models including the iPhone 5 after the phone, iPad fourth generation after the tablet and the sixth generation iPod touch.

Support for upgrading Sierra Mac OS upgrade models include the following:

MacBook (late 2009 and later models)
IMac (late 2009 and later models)
Air MacBook (2010 and later models)
Pro MacBook (2010 and later models)
Mini Mac (2010 and later models)
Pro Mac (2010 and later models)

As for me, an iPad user, I can't wait to upgrade my iPad to iOS 10, but I had to watch out for my iPad data missing after iOS 10 update, or avoid my iPad stuck on recovery mode or Apple logo screen. As a matter of fact, I never worry about that since I found the iOS Data Recovery and iOS Recovery for Mac.

How to recover lost data from iPad after iOS 10 upgrade? How to fix iPad stuck on recovery mode/Apple logo/white screen on iOS 10? What you need is just this iOS Data Recovery.

iOS Data Recovery, which also well known as iOS System Recovery, seeing the name of a thing one thinks of its function, the program can not restore the lost and deleted data including contacts, messaging, photos, videos, music, call logs, notes, calendars, reminders, Safari Bookmarks and more from your iOS devices in three simplet steps, but also get your iOS devices out of recovery mode/Apple logo screen/white screen/blank screen and other OS issues with a click. Now, please free download the trial version below and follow the below guide to have a try.



Steps to Restore The Lost Data from Your iPad After iOS Update


Step 1. Download, install and run iOS Data Recovery on your computer, and connect your iPad with PC by using its USB cable.




Step 2. Choose the file types that you want to recover and click on "Start Scan" to let the program begins scan your iPad for the lost data.




Step 3. When the scanning is finished, you are allowed to preview all the scanning result one by one.




Step 4. Mark those what you wanted, and click on "Recover" to save them back to your iPad or computer.



Note: Please do not disconnect your iPad during the whole process.


Related Tutorials:


Restore iPhone Lost Data after iOS 10 Upgrade
How to Fix A Bricked iPad on iOS 10


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