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UltData(iPhone Data Recovery for Mac) is a professional iPhone data recovery tool designed for Mac users to restore photos, contacts, notes, calendars and other iPhone contents which are lost due to various reasons.
This iPhone data recovery software offers more flexible options for you, thus you can recover lost or missing iPhone data in 3 recovery Mode. It is well compatible with iOS 10, iOS 9, iOS 8 and iOS 7.
With UltData (iPhone Data Recovery for Mac), you can recover 16 file types of data directly from Apple iPhone, it also works for 9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad mini 3, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 2, iPad Air,iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, the new iPad, iPad 2, iPad and iPod Touch 6/5/4/3/2/1, iPod nano, iPad shuffle from iTunes/iCloud backup file. Additionally, you can also use it to backup and transfer these contents from iPhone to Mac without iTunes and iCloud.
No matter what kind of iOS issues your iOS device has, UltData(iPhone Data Recovery for Mac) is a great assistant to help fix the “death” operating system of your iDevice and get them into normal without data loss in a quick way.
Scan: One-click to scan both existing and lost data stored on your iPhone.
Preview: Easy to check details of data listed in categories such as call history, contacts, etc.
Recover: Only recover you wanted data and export files in .txt, .xls, .xml, JPG, VCF/vCard, etc.
UltData(iPhone Data Recovery for Mac) has a powerful preview function allowing you to see details of lost files before recovery to check whether they are the ones you need to recover. You can also selectively recover whatever you need instead of all of them, which iTunes and iCloud can't do.