In a company like ours where you live with everything on your phone, you can’t afford to accidentally delete an email or damage your phone in any way. Your data is your life’s blood. And with the average iPhone stuffed to the gills with important documents, data, photos, contact and messages we needed to be sure we had an iPhone data recovery system that worked for us.
As we began to look for an iPhone data recovery system, we came across this article from WindowsReport.com, “Top 5 iPhone data recovery software for Windows 10”. Without mentioning any of the brands that were listed, it was obvious that some of the top considerations were to have a system that was easy to use, works to recover text messages, iMessages, Voicemail, Photos, Contacts and of course email. However, it is interesting to note that some of the systems also worked to recover WhatsApp, Kik, Link Viber and even FaceBook Messenger data. Another big consideration is the iOS compatibility and the developer’s intent to continue supporting service and upgrades (find out details here). The last thing you want is an outdated, unsupported iPhone data recovery system.
What you might notice when looking for an iPhone data recovery system is that they tend to be expensive: and, it can afford to be, because the people who need it are often desperate to get it. However, before you spend lots of money you might have a look at DriveSavers. Be sure however, to realize that if you try to go on the cheap with only a trial version of some system, not all features may be available to you.
With over 3.6 billion of us using cloud storage, we generally believe that this is our best data recovery platform. Although it appears to be simple to use, if you are using it for storing our iPhone data for later recovery efforts, you may find your personal information slipping out of the cloud and into hands of third party platforms. If you want to keep your personal information on your phone, great. But don’t trust the cloud.
We did find too, that this is a market that has a high percentage of scams. Either the systems don’t work as advertised or they come along with lots of ads and other potential malicious tracking software that can then get onto your phone.
So, what will you do when your iPhone drops into the pond? Like we did, make sure you have the right iPhone data recover system and rest easy that your information is safe, secure and recoverable.