Apple's iPhone continues to overshadow Samsung in consumer appeal, as a quick look at Twitter activity during the two tech giants' flagship device announcements shows the latest iPhone 5 netted more five times as many messages compared to the Galaxy S4, says one analyst.
Data from Investing Analytics shows that on the day of and day after the devices' respective debuts, the iPhone 5 garnered some 2.4 million tweets, while the Galaxy S4 managed 440,000. Concluded from the Twitter activity, there must be more iPhone 5 users than that of the Galaxy S4. And consequently the iPhone 5 data recovery for Mac will also be hotly debated. As a result I'll explain how to recover iPhone 5 data on Mac in this article. Watch and learn!
If you happen to back up your iPhone 5 recently, you are allowed to use another recovery mode of iPhone Data Recovery for Mac. Below are the overall steps.
Contrary to rescue data from iPhone 5, a factory reset erases all your apps, removes any accounts linked to the phone, making it more-or-less as it was fresh out of the box. This is the reset to do if you choose to sell your iPhone 5, or if it keeps on playing up and other solutions do nothing to help.
To perform a factory reset, go to the General sub-menu in Settings and scroll all the way down to the Reset option. Within this menu you'll find several types of reset. The factory one is "Erase All Content and Settings."
If you lost important data after iPhone 5 factory reset, still, you could recover data from iPhone 5 on Mac with iPhone 5 Data Recovery for Mac.comments powered by Disqus