iPad Air, Apple's fifth-generation iPad, was released on October 22 in San Francisco at the Apple's annual unveiling event.
Thinner, lighter, and with a more powerful processor, the 9.7-inch iPad Air with Retina Display brings some design and performance enhancements to the best-selling tablet, but not as many additions as people had hoped for, or as rumors suggested. From the moment you first pick it up, the iPad Air's weight and slimness are two of its most significant new features.
It is very convenient for customers taking photos with iPad Air - just slide the screen and click the button to take pictures, so it is with the case that some careless person might delete some photos that they don’t want to delete indeed. When this happens, which steps should be taken to recover the deleted photos of iPad Air?
iPad Data Recovery
experts at recovering lost data of iPad Air with a few steps. It can help you recover your important data including photos, notes, videos, messages, contacts, call history, etc of iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, The New iPad, iPad 2.
It works in two ways to retrieve lost data or deleted files of iPad Air. One is to recover them directly from iPad Air. The other is to recover the lost data of iPad Air from iTunes backup on conditions that you have backup files of them.
Download the free and trial version to have a try!
Tutorial 1: Recover Lost Data Directly from iPad Air
Step 1. Connect your iPad to the computer and scan
To get started, launch the program and connect your iPad to the computer. Then you'll get the interface below. There is only a "Start Scan
" button on the main window. After connecting your iPhone, you only need to click the "Start Scan
" button to scan your iPad. You'll see this scanning window immediately after clicking the "Start Scan
Step 2. Preview and recover iPad files
After the scanning, you can preview the found data as long as the scan begins. Check the wanted data and mark them, then click "Recover
" to save them on your computer with just one click.
Note: Both deleted files and those still on your iPad are all found after these steps. If you only want to get your deleted ones back, you can refine the scan result by using the slide button at bottom to only display deleted items.
Tutorial 2: Recover the Lost Data of iPad Air from iTunes Backup
Step 1. Choose iPad Air backup for recovery
Here is a referencing tutorial for Mac users, after you run iOS Data Recovery, all the iTunes backups include iPhone, iPod and iPad backups will be detected and displayed according to the recent backup date. Ok now we choose the iPad Air backup and click "Start Scan
Note: We are trying to recover your lost data from iTunes backup so please keep your recent backup as how it is. Otherwise if you connect your iPad Air with iTunes and it makes a new back, you won't get the lost data back.
Step 2. Preview and get the lost data recovered
See, now all the info in your iPad Air have been scanned and you can see a list contains camera roll, photo stream, photo library, contacts, messages, notes, reminders
etc. what you need to do is simply to click any one of them, preview select, confirm and recover.
Tutorial 3: Recover the Lost Data of iPad Air from iCloud Backup
Step 1.Install the program and sign your iCloud account
First of all, run the program and choose "Recover from iCloud Backup File
", and sign in your iCloud account as it requires.
Step 2.Download and export your iCloud backup
After entering the program, you are provided the backup files of your iCloud backup account automatically. Choose any data you want to recover by clicking "Download
" button. The whole progress of downloading depends on the amount of your data.
When it's complete, click the same button to start extracting, and you'll get a interface as below.
Step 3.Preview and restore iPad from iCloud
You can take a preview of the data you get after the scanning, such as contacts, photos, messages, notes, videos, etc.
You can choose any data that you'd like to restore by ticking it.
1. This data recovery program helps you to restore lost data but not guarantee data transformation.
2. Last is our humble remind, backup your iOS devices occasionally for emergency.