Sure iTunes and iCloud can back up and restore some data on your iPhone, but they're not so great: iTunes may ask you to sync or upgrade your iOS and wipe all the contents. What's more, iTunes can't selectively backup your data, it will takes you a few hours each time the iPhone backs up since it's doing an image backup. For iCloud backup, you should give up it if you use iPhone under iOS 6 or iOS 5.
Or if you want to backup iPhone (including iPhone 5s/5c/5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS) contacts, photos, call history, notes to your computer or to other iOS device, you will find that nice solutions are rare, since Apple doesn't allow you to use a digital cable to USB drive to transfer iPhone data to PC/Mac. It's taboo.
If those are the cases, you need to rely on a useful third-party program to assist you to backup iPhone without iTunes. iTunes Data Recovery for Mac is one of the best applications that enable you to directly or selectively backup iPhone to Mac. With only 3 steps, you can transfer all the contents on your iPhone to your computer. What's more, if you need, you can retrieve the lost data from iPhone as well. This iPhone data backup software currently supports the latest released iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c/5, iPhone 4S and other previous modules. Its Windows version - iTunes Data Recovery has the same functions for iPhone backup.
Below the step-by-step instructions, you will find a quick overview of how to backup iPhone without iTunes/iCloud. The steps of backup iPhone in Windows version and backup iPhone on Mac version are the same.
This iPhone backup Software enables you to view the iPhone backup file as long as you have synced your iPhone with iTunes before. Select the file you need to utilize for iPhone backup and click "Start Scan".
Within seconds, all your files on your iPhone are listed by category: Messages, Photos, and Notes. It is flexible to select all the files under each type by ticking the box in front of the file type, or select particular files by ticking the box in front of each file one by one. And then click "Recover" to backup iPhone notes or contacts, messages, etc.
Navigate a folder on your computer to save the iPhone backup contents in the next popup.
These iPhone backup files may be very useful, especially when you lost iPhone photos, contacts, messages or more after upgrade to iOS 7. Buy your iPhone an insurance by backup iPhone 5 and other iOS 6 devices.comments powered by Disqus