How to Recover Lost Data from iPhone iPad After iOS 10/9.3 Update

News about the iOS 9.3

The second developer version of iOS 9.3 beta had been released, after two days, the public beta came. Apple recently released the public beta version of iOS 9.3 Beta 2, the developer version of the version with two days of consistent participation apple Beta program users can install this update. iOS 9.3 Beta 2 is still a minor update once, the most important change is in the control center joined the nighttime protection mode (Night Shift) switch.

It should be noted that currently only the iPhone and iPad which equipped with 64-bit processor support iOS 9.3 nighttime protection mode. Perhaps this feature is useful for some people, but from the situation what we had knew about, control Center added nighttime protection mode switch and did not cause "thermal reaction" in the user groups, because most users believe that in the control center to creat such as 3G / 4G switch, VPN switch and more is more practical.

For iOS 9.3, Apple seems special attention, because they are continuous in many regions (including China) official website launched a function introduction page. Not a replacement for a large version of it, had never seen such a situation.

Night Protected Mode is one of the main features iOS 9.3, Apple's official website features introductory page for this feature is described: a number of studies have shown that bright blue light exposure at night may disrupt the body's circadian rhythms, making it difficult to sleep. Night Shift can use your iOS device clock and position information to determine your local sunset time, then the display will automatically adjusted to warmer color tones, make your eyes more comfortable. And in the morning, it will revert to the General Settings screen.

In addition, iOS 9.3 features introductory page also includes the following sections:

Memorandum - with a password and a fingerprint to protect your personal information
Health - the discovery of new health class App, summarized in the chart to learn more.
CarPlay- discover new music, discover new places.

Recover Lost Data from iPhone iPad After iOS 10/9.3 Update

Inherit to iOS 9.2, at the same time of fixes many bugs, iOS 10/9.3 also added a lot of new features, as the second major upgrade of iOS 9, iOS 10/9.3 will be a excellent system to improve and enhance the iOS ecosystem. However, operating system upgrade, often will also bring certain negative influence to the iPhone iPad and iPod touch users, the most direct performance is resulting in data loss. Draw lessons from previous updata like iOS 7, iOS 8 and iOS 9, even iOS 9.2, many users realize to back up theirs data from iPhone iPad or iPod touch before upgrading to new iOS, while a simple backup seems still cannot avoid the risk of data loss.

In the general case, some inconspicuous data loss did not cause the attention of the user. But for some important data like contacts, call logs, text messages, WhatsApp chat history, photos, notes, calendars, reminders and so on, to restore these lost data from iDevices almost making the users very worried. Just calm down, so we wrote this article to shows how to restore the lost data from iPhone iPad and iPod touch after updating to iOS 10/9.3.

The same as usual, let's to introduce the highly acclaimed software first - iOS Data Recovery. iOS Data Recovery is the world's 1st data recovery tool which can restore lost or deleted data including Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari Bookmark, WhatsApp Chat History, Photos, Videos and more with three simple but efficient ways: Recover from iDevices Directly, Restore from iTunes Backups, and Restore from iCloud Backups. Besides, the program can 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.


Click on the above buttons to download a trial version, then install and launch it on you computer.

Part 1 Diretct Recover Lost Data from iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch after iOS 10 Upgrade

Step 1. Connect iOS Device with Computer and Choose the File Types to Scan

Step 2. Scan Your Device for Lost Data on It

Step 3. Preview the Scanned Data

Step 4. Recover Data from Your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch

Part 2 Recover Lost Data from iTunes Backup on iOS 10

Step 1. Choose the Recovery Mode of "Recover from iTunes Backup File"

Step 2. Scan Data from iTunes Backup File

Step 3. Preview and Recover Data from iTunes Backup

Part 3 Recover Lost Data from iCloud Backup on iOS 10

Step 1. Choose the Recovery Mode of "Recover from iCloud Backup File"

Step 2. Download iCloud Backup File

Step 3. Preview and Recover Data from iCloud Backup File

Related Article: Get iPhone Out Of Recovery Mode after iOS 10 Update

Safari Encounters Big Bug Which Can Cause iPhone/Mac Crashes

Apple's Safari browser seems recently encountered a worldwide problem. Whether Among iOS or OS X systems, perform a search from the address bar will cause the browser to crash in some cases.

According to the iOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith noted that the issue is concerned with Safari search suggestion feature. Users can turn off this feature, or use the privacy mode as a temporary solution. Not every user will receive the impact of this issue, it may be because they are stored the search suggestions in local, or still can connect to Apple's servers under the help of DNS cache.

Apple has just encountered a software problem two months ago: A security vulnerability exists in the Mac computer, forcing some of the equipment to remove and reinstall the software downloaded from the App Store. With Apple tries transition from SHA1 encryption standard to a more secure SHA-2, an expired security certificate which is used to verify their application will force the Mac user to reinstall part of the softwares, this is mainly because some applications among the App Store does not support SHA-2 standard.

So, in order to avoid suffering from data lossing, we present the following three suggestions:

1. Backup Your iPhone Data to Computer/iTunes/iCloud/Other Backup Tools

2. Restore Lost Data from iPhone 7/6S/6S Plus/6/6 Plus/6C/5SE/5S/5/4S With the Help of iPhone Data Recovery.

3. Restore Lost Data from Backup to iPhone


How to Get iPhone iPad Out of Recovery Mode after iOS 10/9.3/9.2 Update

Recently, Apple seeded the second beta - iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 update to developers and public beta testers for testing purposes, nearly three weeks after seeding the first beta and almost one month after the public release of iOS 9.2. iOS 9.2, as the second major update to iOS 9, introduced a very long list of bug fixes, along with feature improvements to Apple Music, News, Mail, iBooks, and more. 

As always, we'll update this post if we spot anything new and notable.

The new seed has a build number of 13D14, a small bump over the previous seed. It is available as an over-the-air update for those who downloaded the first beta and it's also available from the Apple Developer Center.

iOS 9.2.1 is likely to be the last release for the iOS software pipeline ahead of the expected March event, as the 4-inch iPhone 7c/6c is expected to run iOS 10/9.3.

Are you looking forware to upgrade your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the latest iOS 9.3.3 and even iOS 10? We seem to hear very little negative voice. However, in view of the past, a lot of users suffer from stucking in recovery mode, white screen, black screen and other issuse after updating to the latest iOS, so we consider it necessary to re-write this article to show how to get iPhone iPad and iPod touch out of recovery mode after updating to iOS 10/9.3.3/9.3.2/9.2.1 with losing data.

To repair the abnormal operating system for your iPhone as well as iPad and iPod touch, you can use the well-known iOS Data Recovery, which not only can help restoring lost or deleted data including contacts, text messages/iMessages/WhatsApp messages, photos, videos, calendars and more from iDevices, but also supports to fix the abnormal iOS to normal with a click, no matter your device(s) is stucking at recovery mode, white Apple logo screen, black screen or other abnormal conditions.

Relevant Hot Article: How to Restore iPhone iPad after Updating to iOS 10/iOS 9.3.3/iOS 9.3.2/9.2.1

Download a trial Windows or Mac version below and follow the steps to fix your iPhone iPad iPod touch right now.


Fix Operating System for Your iPhone iPad iPod Touch after Updating to iOS 10/9.3.3/9.3.2/9.2.1

Step 1. Launch the software and connect your iPhone iPad iPod touch to the computer

After installation, launch the recovery program on your computer, then take out the USB cable to connect your iOS device to the same computer.

When iOS Data Recovery detects your iOS device, click "Start" to continue the process.

Step 2. Download and select firmware

To repair the abnormal iOS operating system, you need to follow the tips on the program's interface to download the firmware for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch first. iOS Data Recovery will according to your iDevice and providing the latest iOS version for you to download. You just need to click “Download” and wait. The software will automatically finish it for you.

Step 3. Fix your iOS to return it to normal

Once the download is finish, iOS Data Recovery will continuously start renovating your iDevice's oprating system, to get your iOS device out of recovery mode and Apple logo looping, or get your iOS device to work properly. In a few minutes, it will tell you that your device is restarting to normal mode.

The whole repairing process will not take too much of your time, please wait patiently. When the repair program complete, you will get a normal device.