How To Backup And Restore Your iPhone Data

How To Backup And Restore Your iPhone Data













The data support your iPhone to protect your data is important to you. On your computer and in iCloud: iTunes In addition, there are two ways you can backup your data. iCloud sync between your Mac and multiple IOS devices that have the ability to cloud storage. With these two options, you can rest assured that your previous data is restorable.
It comes to transferring music and pictures when iTunes is usually a hassle. However, iTunes backing up your IOS devices is very simple and takes just a few clicks. Here’s how to do it properly.

Backing Up Your iPhone Data

When you launch iTunes and connect your iPhone to your computer, you can instantly backup your data to your computer or iCloud can see the options. Almost everything on your computer to your device using iCloud to support the back, back a few important things to note.
Select either option, and click Backup. Then come back to this and select the second option for a complete backup.

iPhone Backup

You can select both backup methods through iTunes under the Summary tab of your device and it is recommended that you run the backup process manually by right clicking on your device and clicking on Back Up.

Manual Backup

How To  Set Backup And Restore Apps

To backup apps, use the Transfer Purchases option found when you right click your device on iTunes.

Transfer Purchases

Doing this transfers and backs up all the apps installed on your iOS device to your computer. Since restoring your device from a backup does not restore apps, you can drag the apps transferred to iTunes back to your device.


How To Restore From Backup

Once you have a backup, you can easily restore most of the important information to a new or recently restored device. All you have to do is connect your iDevice to your computer and start iTunes. Right click on your device in iTunes and select Restore From Backup. Then select the latest backup and restore it.

Restore from Backup

When times get rough, it’s time to restore factory settings. ‘Restore Factory Settings‘ will wipe out all information from the iDevice, turning it brand new, like the first time it came out of the box.

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