"I finally updated to iOS 11 and all my photos backed up on iCloud have disappeared from camera roll. How do I recover them? Thanks in advance!"
You may be in the habit of syncing lovely and significant photos to iCloud, one day you found that part of synced photos mysteriously disappeared from camera roll on iPhone after iOS 11/10 update, but have no idea how to recover those missing photos.
In this post, we'll list some tips we collected from Apple related forums to help you restore missing pictures on iPhone after iOS 10 update. Whether you lose only a part of Camera Roll, Photo Stream pictures from iPhone, or all of photos, you could have a try.
If your iCloud photos disappeared from camera roll on iPhone. Firstly, you should check whether you login iCloud account correctly. If you have logged in, you can log out your iCloud account and then login it on your iPhone, which may get your photos back. Secondly, your iCloud photos will disappear from iPhone if you turn off iCloud Photo Sync or disable Photo Stream or iCloud Photo Library on iPhone. So you should make sure that you have enabled this features.
To recover disappeared iCloud photos after iOS 10 update, all you need is a professional iPhone data Recovery software that is easy-to-use, efficient and capable of recovering your missing iPhone photos. Tenorshare UltData is the way to go. Now follow the step-by-step guide to achieve it.
To get started, download and install Tenorshare UltData on your PC.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone and scan it
After installing the program on your computer, run it. Then connect your iPhone to the computer. Then tick the "Photos" and click "Start Scan".
Step 2: Preview and recover photos from your iPhone
When the scan stops, you can preview and check photos to recover in the scan result. To recover photos, you can preview every item in the categories of Camera Roll, Photo Stream and App Photos. Preview them one by one, and tick the item you want. Then click on the Recover button to save them on your computer with one click.
Apart from recovering lost data directly from iPhone, you can also choose to recover what you lost from iTunes backup, here's how:
Step 1: Choose and extract the iTunes backup
After running the program, switch to Recover from iTunes Backup File by clicking on the option on the top of the window. Then the program will detect all iTunes backup files existing on your computer and present them all for your option.
Step 2. Preview and recover your iPhone photos
In the scan result presented by Ultdata, you can check all recoverable photos one by one in detail. Just tick whatever you want during the preview. Then save them on your computer with only one mouse click on the Recover button.
Now no matter how you lose your photos on iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus/5s, you know you can recover them without any hassle. And what may surprise you is that Tenorshare UltData offers the FREE trial version for both Windows and Mac users to confirm whether the tool is helpful. Just try it before you make any payment!