Sunday, July 19, 2015

Backup iPhone, iPad Data before Upgrading or Jail-breaking

Apple's iOS 10 makes its debut today, and many iOS device users are planning to get their hands to this massively overhauled operating system. Before you upgrade or jailbreak your iOS devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, don't forget to backup your iOS data from loss because you never know what will happen when upgrading or jailbreaking your device. For example, upgrading to an old iOS version may result in deletion of all multimedia tracks as well as pictures in the Camera Roll. Although Apple claims that their beta testers have been putting iOS 10 through its paces for months, but better safe than sorry. If you are intending to turn your devices into iOS 10, be sure to copy all your files from loss. But how to backup iOS files? Editor here recommend you two methods: save iOS data with iTunes backup or backup iOS device data with iOS Data Manager software. But we highly recommend you the second way. Why? iPhone Data Recovery software can recover all data (some data you may delete before, but this software can find them back!) from iOS devices. Backup data with iTunes allows you just save current files of iOS devices.

Here, you can choose from alternative ways below to backup iOS data.

Method 1: Backup data to iTunes

Step1. Connect your iOS devices to computer via USB sync cable.
Step2. Then, iTunes will launch on your computer automatically (if not, please double click iTunes to run it) and start the sync process.
Step3. Click "Summary" button for your device. Hit the "Back Up Now" image button in the Backups section. This might take a few seconds. Tips: You can protect your backup files with passwords for safe.

Method 2: Backup and Restore Data on iPhone before Jailbreaking

Well, as long as you get the help of iPhone Data Manager and iPhone Data Manager for Mac, you can easily backup your iPhone text messages, photos, contacts, playlist and more. With this powerful transfer tool, you can backup your iPhone data and don’t need to worry about the problems of the SMS losing when your iPhone get lost/broken accidentally.

Backup iPhone, iPad Data to computer
Download the iPhone Data Manager on your computer and follow the steps to export your iPhone messages.

Download Mac Version Download Mac Version    

How to Backup iPhone Data before iOS 10/11 Jailbreak?

Step 1. Launch the program and connect iPhone to the computer

After downloading, installing and launch the iPhone Data Manager on your computer, connect your iPhone to it via a USB cable. After connected, the transfer software will automatically detect your iPhone and you will get the primary window as follow.

Step 2. Export SMS from iPhone

To export your SMS, you should tap SMS at the left column and bring up the SMS main window. Now, you can mark those SMS, MMS and iMessages you intend to export, then click "Export to" button.
You can choose to "Export Selected Messages" or "Export All Messages". After that, another list will ask you which kind of format you hope to save as, such as .txt, .html, or .xml file.

Free download the iOS Data Manager:

Download Mac Version Download Mac Version    

More information of iPhone Data Manager:

iPhone Data Manager can help transfer your music, videos, playlists, Podcast, iTunes U from your iPhone, iPad and iPod back to iTunes and transfer more data, like contacts, photos and messages, to your computer.
Want to make full use of iPhone Data Manager? Why not download this powerful tool to have a try!

Tips: Once lost data on your iPhone,iPad,you can learn more in this use guide about how to recover lost data from iPhone directly.

Before selling your old iPhone,iPad,you can use a iPhone Data Eraser to erase all data on iPhone before selling.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

iOS 9 release date, features and news

iOS 9 is Apple's next iPhone and iPad update now that iOS 8.4 has launched with Apple Music, and it brings a smarter Siri, public transit directions to Maps, true tablet multitasking and new built-in apps.

Unveiled on June 8, it's Apple's next big project between April's Apple Watch launch and September's expected iPhone 6S unveiling, and developers can download it today.

iOS 9 makes a big push for stability, a smaller download size and legacy phone and tablet compatibility. That older iPhone and iPad you have will work with this update if it runs iOS 8.

New iOS 9 features consist of redesigned built-in apps and premiers new ones. Here's what to expect.

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iOS 9 release date

iOS 9 is available today to those enrolled in iOS developer program, keeping with Apple's same-day delivery pattern during WWDC. Of course, becoming registered developer requires paying a fee.

Everyone else who wants iOS 9 for free has to wait until either the public beta in July or later this year when it's expected to launch with the new iPhone. Think: September.

That one- to three-month wait can be a good thing. iOS 9 beta 1 is be buggy and unfinished. The best features typically don't launch until the gold master version, anyway.

iOS 9 compatibility

iOS 9 is proving to be more inclusive than previous iOS versions. Apple is choosing to make this update compatible with older iPhone, iPad and even iPod touch devices, too.

Okay, it's not technically more inclusive just yet. Basically, if your dated hardware runs iOS 8, it can run iOS 9. When the rumored iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPad Air 3 and iPad mini 4 launch, then list will grow by four.

But overall, it's good news, as older phones and tablets aren't getting muscled out. The iPhone 4S and iPad 2 are safe, for now, and a few 30-pin dock devices live on.

Smarter Siri

Siri in iOS 9 is getting the much-needed smarts to rival Google Now. Apple's personal assistant understands the word "it" within context and brings proactivity to the operating system.

For example, if you're talking about a topic with someone in iMessages and ask Siri to "Remind me about this later today," it'll scan the open app and try to understand what "this" means.

iOS 9 proactivity puts even more at your fingertips through Siri. It suggests appointments to add to Calendar and pulls up photos based on location and time with the sound of your voice.

Siri's location-based knowledge appears to be most promising when you're out and about. Plugging in headphones at the gym? It'll offer the Now Playing interface right on the lockscreen.

Plug it into your car? It'll bring up that audiobook you were listening to before. It'll even tell you when to leave for an appointment across town, a feature that has made Google's app for iOS a must-have.

One of the most convenient new iOS 9 features is giving context to random numbers that call you, diving into your email to see if it can match the digits. Goodbye, telemarketers - we hope.

Siri already takes over one billion requests a week, according to Apple. That should only increase now that iOS 9 makes Siri 40% faster and 40% more accurate.

Apple Pay expands

Apple Pay has been touted as a success, but so far has been limited to the US. That all changes when the mobile payment platform launches in the UK this month.

The official Apple Pay UK release date is happening in July and it'll be backed by nearly 70% of credit and debit cards there, including Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and HSBC.

Canada and China are rumored to be next up for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus mobile payment platform, but the company didn't announce that broad of an expansion just yet.

In the US, Apple Pay is now backed by 2,500 US banks and, this fall, rewards and store-issued cards will be a part of the mobile wallet. This is an idea we liked about Android Pay at Google IO in May.

Considering these newfound iOS 9 capabilities, Apple is renaming Passbook (the app where Apple Pay resides) to Wallet.

Apple News apps

In addition to getting rid of Passbook in favor of Wallet in iOS 9, Apple is replacing Newsstand with News, and it's very familiar if you're a fan of magazine-style news aggregators.

Read more: Recover Lost iPad data after iOS 9 update

Jailbreak iOS 8.4 With TaiG v2.2 On iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, More

Update: iOS 8.4 has been released, and so is TaiG v2.2 jailbreak for iOS 8.4. iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, all iPads and iPod touch 5 are supported. You can download it from below and then follow our guides on how to jailbreak your device on iOS 8.4.

Tips: Before jailbreak your iPhone,you must to backup iPhone data to computer,here we recommend you use this iPhone data manager,which allows you transfer everything between iPhone and computer.

Download iOS 8.4 from:

Download iOS 8.4 Final IPSW Links For iPhone And iPad
Download TaiG v2.2 for iOS 8.4 from here:

Download TaiG 2.2.0 iOS 8.4 Jailbreak For Windows

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Here’s a brief timeline of the events leading up to the jailbreak.

The first beta of iOS 8.4 was released back in April. Later in same month, i0n1c was actually the first one to jailbreak iOS 8.4. He demonstrated his jailbreak, likely using different exploits than the ones used by TaiG, on an iPhone 6 running iOS 8.4 beta 1.

Apple announced at WWDC that Apple Music will be released as part of final version of iOS 8.4 on June 30th. And right on scheduled time, iOS 8.4 was released with support for Apple Music, Beats 1 and more.

Since TaiG released jailbreak only a week before iOS 8.4 went public, many in the jailbreak community feared that Apple may patch the jailbreak come the final release of iOS 8.4. But that didn’t happen as mere hours into release, iOS 8.4 got jailbroken.

It wasn’t all without drama though. PP jailbreak by 25PP was the first to release the jailbreak for iOS 8.4. TaiG accused them of stealing the code and releasing the jailbreak based on TaiG’s exploits.

An hour after PP jailbreak went public, TaiG dropped an updated version of its tool, v2.2.0, to jailbreak iOS 8.4.

Like previous release of TaiG for iOS 8.4, TaiG v2.2 supports all iOS devices, including, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPad 4/3/2, iPad mini 3/2/1, iPad Air 2/1 and iPod touch 5.

While the main highlight was v2.2 of TaiG is support for iOS 8.4, it still is backwards compatible for jailbreaking iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 and iOS 8.3.

Here’s our video tutorial of TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.4 in action:

This page will be continuously updated with all the latest on the TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.4. For tutorials and download links, check out the updated links at the top of this post.

For details on iOS 8.3 jailbreak on how it came into existence, check out:

Jailbreak iOS 8.3, 8.2, 8.1.3 With Taig v2 On iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5s, iPad, More [Updated]

Read more: how to recover lost data from iPhone 6

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