You need to extract iPhone, iPod or iPad data from backup because:
As we know, each time, when you plug your iOS device into your computer, iTunes will automatically launch and sync your iPhone with it. It keeps a separate backup files which contain all your data, like photos, contacts, calendar, sms messages, and etc. However, these files are not readable and iTunes doesn't let you extract them by yourself, if you want to extract iPhone data from backup and recover the data in readable format, you will need a tool like iPhone Backup Extractor.
iTunes Data Recovery and iTunes Data Recovery for Mac are the very choices for you. They are software applications for you to extract iPhone 5s/5c/5/4s, iPad Air/mini 2/4/mini and iPod data from backup without data loss. They enable you to extract data including voicemails, SMS messages, voice memos, calendars, call logs, photos, videos, contacts, notes and etc. Those data can be instantly transferred and saved to a folder on your computer.
Now, let's go to the tutorial about how to export iPhone, iPad and iPod data from backup.
You can select your backup file from the list of backups this program collects from iTunes, and click "Start Scan".
After scanning, determine which data you want to extract and then hit "Recover".
Select a location on your computer for the information to be stored. Text message, contacts call log data are extracted to a spreadsheet, while photos, videos and voice memos are extracted as separate files and saved in the folder of your choice.
In terms of how to extract iPhone, iPad and iPod data from backup on Mac, the steps are simple. Here are short guide.
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