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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Back Up Your iOS Device Before Upgrading to iOS 10.3
Back Up Your iOS Device Before Upgrading to iOS 10.3

dr.fone toolkit – iOS Data Backup & Restore lets you do a whole backup of almost all data on your iPhone and iPad, or you can also selectively export the data that you want to keep on your computer. When there is a need, you also can restore the backed up data to your device by selecting the items you want. It will be a better choice than using iTunes or iCloud.

The whole backup thing only takes you one click. Once your device is connected and detected, the program will automatically backup data on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The new backup file won’t overwrite the old one. You can do backup whenever you want.

You can backup your iOS device in the following manners;

1. Using iTunes;

For those who do not know much about iTunes, this great app is comparable to a virtual digital assistant that lets you organize, store, and backup your data on your iPhone. In addition, iTunes also allows one to shop for music, movies, and TV shows that they would like to enjoy.

Among the many iTunes features that exist, its backup feature is somewhat confusing as most iPhone users don’t understand what iTunes really backs up. Besides that, some new features in this app have also come into play, such as the iTunes charts where one could get games, apps, and so much more.

Here you will learn some new facts about iTunes backup mainly what iTunes backup is, and get your answer for the question ‘What is an iTunes backup?’.

Basically, ‘backing up’ is the copying and storing of primary data in different data storage avenues so that if something goes wrong with the original storage device, you can restore the data once more in one piece.

Backups let you transfer data from your last device to your new one. iTunes backup service works more or less the same as any back up service in a smart device. With iTunes backup service, you can back up several forms of data which includes;

• Photos
• Media files like your music or videos
• Messages & Call Logs
• Application Data
• Settings
• Memos, Calendar, and Bookmarks
• Safari history, offline data, browser cache, mail cache, messages and attachments, temp files, etc.

2. iCloud Backup;

Some advantages of backing up to iCloud are the ease of use, do it directly from you iOS devise. The first 5 GB are free, and it is quite a safe solution. The biggest advantage is to have your data in synced in one place, no matter which device you are using.

Disadvantages are of course that you share your data with someone else, so for confidentiality reasons you are never sure who can see your data. Privacy is the second most concern with cloud storage solutions. And of course you rapidly go over the free 5GB tier, so then it becomes rather costly with monthly payments.

3. The world’s first iPhone Data Backup Compatible with iOS 10.3, introduce dr.fone toolkit - iOS Data Backup & Restore
Step 1. Connect iOS Device to Computer

After launching dr.fone toolkit on your computer, select “iOS Data Backup & Restore” option from the tool list. Then use the USB cable to connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to computer. By default, dr.fone will automatically detect your iOS device.

Step 2. Select File Types to Backup

After your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is connected successfully, dr.fone will detect the file types on your device automatically and you can select what file types to backup. Then click on “Backup”.
Tip: If you have used dr.fone to backup your device before, you can click on To view the previous backup file>> to view the previous backup file list.

The whole backup process will take a few minutes, depending on the data storage on your device. Then dr.fone will display all the supported data, like Photos & Videos, Messages & Call Logs, Contacts, Memos and other data.

Step 3. Selectively Export or Restore Backup Content

When the backup is completed, you can check all contents of the backup file in categories. Moreover, you can check any of them for exporting or restoring. All you need to do is check the file that you want and click on the button at the right lower corner of the window. Then you can choose to export the selected files to your computer, or restore them to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It’s up to you.

If you want to have better control of your backups, do it yourself with the dr.fone toolkit. This way you know exactly what you backup and what to expect when you need to restore.
Highly recommended!


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