An iPhone user might feel totally at a loss when he/she find something important gets lost from his/her iPhone, and the only way he/she can think of is to go to the nearest Apple store and have the problem fixed by an Apple specialist. This is pretty much similar to a computer owner, who in case of a serious problem, will go to a local computer shop for professional help.
As a matter of fact, with the technology continues to develop quickly, many of such problems can be fixed on our own, all we need is a correct tool. In the above mentioned case, what we need is just a piece of iPhone data recovery software, which is not anything new nowadays. By searching the internet, Google, or Bing if you prefer, can gets you a long list of possible answers. At this point, is requires him/her to pick out the suitable one what meets his/her demands best.
So, the question now, develops into: what to think of when making the final decision to pick out the best one and ditch the rest. Actually, to do this does not require one obtaining a solid scientific background, because it is not rocket science after all. That being said, to pick up only one from a bunch of contenders, it does take some time to do necessary comparisons. So what to think of when carrying out the pick-and-ditch process? Here below are a few factors one has to consider.
What iPhone models and which iOS versions it supports?
Generally speaking, to maximally draw people’s attention and increase the revenue, a software vender will try its best to have all the iPhone models and iOS versions supported by its iPhone data recovery software, but considering the facts that Apple has so far rolled out many gens of iPhones, together with a bunch of iOS versions, we cannot take it for granted on this point. This becomes increasingly important when you are using an outdated iPhone 3GS which still runs a years old iOS 5, so just make sure the one you are about to throw your money on does have your device and iOS version covered.
What operating system it requires to run the software?
Keep in mind that the iPhone data recovery software will finally be installed on a computer, rather than an iPhone, so whether or not the possible candidate you are going to live with can run on your computer becomes vitally important. Some softwares run only on the Windows platform, others run only on Mac OS X, still others have different editions for the two major OSs. If you are with Linux system, then your chance of finding a proper candidate will be dramatically narrowed down. Also pay attention to the 32-bit and 64-bit difference if you are with Windows.
What kind(s) of data it can recover?
In fact, if the operating system is the first thing that concerns you, then I am pretty sure this one concerns you only next to that one. One should understand that an iPhone data recovery software cannot be everyone’s hero in all cases, there are times and scenarios when it might not work. So, he/she needs to be prepared. What’s more, different recovery methods can recover different types of data, for example, by directly scanning the iPhone, DVDFab iFoneRestore can recover Contacts, Messages, Call History, Notes, Calendar Items, Reminders, WhatsApp and Safari Bookmarks; but by retrieving from a previous iTunes or iCloud backup file, he/she can get up to 12 types of data back, including Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Contacts, Messages, Message Attachments, Call History, Calendar, Reminders, Notes, Voice Memos, WhatsApp and Safari Bookmarks. Similar things could be true to other candidates.
What about the price, ease of use and customer service?
How much is this iPhone data recovery software? Is it user-friendly? What happens if I run into some problems, can I can timely customer help? All these questions may finally put some weight when you are reaching to a final decision. Yes, they are all the essential factors to think of. And my suggestions are that you should take your time experimenting with them, and make sure it meets all your requirements, at least most of your demands.
If all the aforementioned factors get solved, then you are zero inch away from a best iPhone data recovery software.