"Oops, I should forgot to back up my iPhone 6 before upgrading it to the latest iOS 8.3! I lost ALL contacts, photos, text messages and other important data! What should I do? Is it possible for me to recover lost iPhone data after iOS 8.3 update?"
Though it seems impossible to recover wiped iPhone data without backup, there's indeed a way to help you out: perform iPhone data recovery. Namely, you need to take advantage of iPhone Data Recovery Software which empowers you to restore lost iPhone data (pictures, text messages, contacts, notes, etc.) directly from iPhone.
How to Recover Lost iPhone Photos/Contacts/Messages after iOS 8.2/8.3 Update
First of all, rest assured to download the above-mentioned software to PC as it works for iPhone SE/6s/6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S and is fully compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP. Now let's see how it restores iPhone data after iOS update via the detailed steps below.
Step 1: Launch the software after installation and connect your iPhone to PC with USB cable, then tap "Trust" on your iPhone's screen.
Step 2: Click "Start Scan" on the main interface to scan both already lost and still existing data from iPhone. After scanning, it will display all scanned contacts, messages, notes, photos and other 16 kinds of iPhone files by category.
Step 3: Freely preview scanned iPhone files to choose your desired ones and click "Recover" to proceed with iPhone data recovery.
Equipped with improved performance, bug fixes and a redesigned Emoji keyboard, the official release of iOS 8.3 draws great attention and attracts many Apple users to upgrade. Hence, I collect 3 tips you should bear in mind before iOS 10/9.3/9/8.2/8.3 update.
1. First check if your iPhone is eligible for iOS 8.2/8.3 update, which is compatible with iPhone 6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S, the 5th generation iPod Touch as well as iPad 2 and above.
2. Create space for iOS 8.2/8.3 installation. Note that iOS 8.2/8.3 takes up to 6 GB of data, nearly half of user accessible storage if you're rocking a 16 GB device with no free memory. You can transfer iPhone data to PC beforehand to free up enough space for iOS 8.2/8.3.