Since Apple unveiled iOS 7, a sweeping redesign of its iPhone operating system, a serious question starts to confuse many Apple users: how to recover iPhone files after iOS 7 update?
It is quite easy to lose data on our iOS devices when update iOS 7 or iOS 7.1. It may happen because you have proceeded with wrong steps or your device has encountered unknown problems during the updating process.
If the data on your iPhone, iPad or iPod is lost after you upgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 7 (or from iOS 7 to iOS 7.1), you still have a chance to recover iPhone data after iOS 7.1 update or iOS 7 upgrade. Have an iTunes backup on your Mac? You can restore data from the iTunes backup. Also with the help of iPhone Data Recovery you can rescue files both from iTunes & iCloud backup and from iOS devices directly in several clicks.
Many Apple users have the habit to backup important data through iTunes. If you have a recent iPhone, iPad or iPod backup, you can restore lost data after iOS 7 or iOS 7.1 update from iTunes backup.
For detailed steps, you could click to see references on Apple's support page to see how to restore iPhone data from iTunes backup.
Here we recommend iPhone Data Recovery to help you recover iOS contacts, photos, messages or other data from iTunes backup. It won't delete anything on your device.
Do not have iTunes backup on your computer? You can recover lost data directly from iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, etc. using iPhone Data Recovery say, recover contacts after iOS 7 upgrade. Detailed steps are listed below.
If you have iCloud backup, you can also restore iPhone contents including pictures, messages, contacts from iCloud. It won't delete the current data and settings on your device.
Still feel sad because you lost photos when upgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 7? Check if you have iTunes backup on your PC, and then decide which of the methods above suits you best. I'm sure you could restore lost photos after iOS 7 update in a few minutes. Go for iPhone 4S Data Recovery for Mac if you are running Mac OS X. The Mac version supports Mac OS X 10.9, 10.8, 10.7 and below.