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Samstag, 15. September 2018, 20:55

How to Recover Deleted SMS from iPhone/iPad

"I accidentally deleted some important data in the iPhone / iPad , I want to know what method can restore messages from iPhone /iPad,before I have my iPhone / iPad sync to iTunes, I deleted it, how to retrieve the iPhone / iPad message which is lost? I sync my iPhone / iPad iTunes on my computer constantly. Is it possible to recover iPhone / iPad messages from iTunes without iPhone / iPad? "



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Samstag, 15. September 2018, 21:07

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Apple is now offering 200GB of storage at no additional cost.

200GB of free iCloud storage is given to Apple's IDs. This 200GB free iCloud storage privilege does not work like the Apple Music student discount, where any student with a .edu is eligible.




Regular students and standard users of Apple devices continue to be limited to 5GB of free storage space. But we can easily upgrade our cloud storage plan from our iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, or PC. So, Apple made it really easy for us to share our iCloud storage with our family members too. Below is iCloud storage pricing in the United States.

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Samstag, 22. September 2018, 12:31





Yes, almost certainly! That’s the whole point of this easy photo and video recovery feature really, but know that your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch must be running iOS 8 or newer for this feature to exist on your device. That means any new phone or purchase will have the feature, but older ones may not. So if you or a loved one accidentally deletes an important picture or even 100 of them, you can recover them easily and without hassle.
Up until newer versions of iOS introduced this built-in simple recovery feature, the only other option was to perform use backups to recover photos made through iTunes by extraction or restoration through iTunes or iCloud. While that is still possible, the built-in Recovery feature should make it considerably less necessary.
There are a few exceptions to the recover feature working, with the most obvious being that if a picture was permanently deleted through the “Recently Deleted” album, a picture or video extended beyond the recovery period (typically 30 days), or if the iPhone or iPad has no available storage space left.

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