How can you recover deleted files from iPhone after iOS 9.3 updating? Many iPhone users would like to upgrade their iPhone device to a new operating system so that they can experience a better performance and services, but files loss after iOS 9.3 updating has become a common problem for many users. Probably, you mistakenly delete photos videos from iPhone during iOS 9.3 updating. Or you made some mistake and fail to update your device to iOS 9.3, in which situation some or even all data stored on the iPhone becomes corrupted and inaccessible. In a word, it is not a 100% safe process to update your iPhone to iOS 9.3 because you may suffer data loss due to many reasons. Then, how to restore iPhone files lost after iOS 9.3 update?
Usually, you can update your iPhone to iOS 9.3 with iCloud, iTunes or OTA. If you do not want to lose any data from your iPhone device after iOS 9.3 updating no matter which method you use, the best way is to back up your iPhone with iCloud / iTunes in advance before performing iOS 9.3 updating.
As an iPhone user, you should be familiar with iCloud. It is a good tool for all iOS device users to make backup for their device. Since iCloud only provides 5GB free storage for data backup, you had better check it carefully to see if there is enough storage for data backup every time you want to backup your iPhone to iCloud. You can buy more free storage or download iCloud backup to your computer if it has not enough free storage.
You can restore iPhone from iCloud backup after iOS 9.3 update as long as connecting the device to WiFi or other available network: click Settings > General > Reset > click Erase all content and settings > click Restore from iCloud Backup and then sign into iCloud > select the iCloud backup and then restore it
Tip: When you proceed to choose iCloud backup to restore, it usually shows a list of all available backups in the iCloud. You had better choose the recent backup to restore.
You did not backup your iPhone with iCloud? Instead, you backed up your device with iTunes? If you have iTunes backup, you can also rescue deleted files from iPhone with iTunes backup.
>> Update iTunes to the latest version and connect the iPhone to the computer (Windows or Mac) via USB cable.
>> Click iPhone device after launching iTunes.
>> Click Summary tab > click Restore Backup (click File > Devices > Restore from Backup if your iPhone is connected to Mac computer).
>> Select the iTunes backup you need to recover and then click Restore button.
Tip: It is very important to update the iTunes which contains the backup data to the latest version. Otherwise, you may fail to restore lost files from iPhone from iTunes backup.
iCloud restore failed after iOS 9.3 updating? Or iTunes does not recognize iPhone after the device to iOS 9.3? If you fail to restore lost files from iPhone after updating iOS 9.3, you may rely on data recovery for iPhone to retrieve what you need. With the software, you can recover any type of files such as: contacts, text messages, videos files, audio files, photos, calendars, WhatsApp messages, call history, notes, Safari, reminders, camera roll, and more.