Sep 14, 2015 - 10:54 AM
iPhone 6 users and everyone else operating an iOS 8 device who have mistakenly deleted pictures from their smartphones and/or tablets should know that there’s a very easy way of recovering them, thanks to a feature already built into the photos app.
Instead of deleting the pictures for good as soon as the user decides to discard them,Apple has chosen to handle this process differently in iOS 8. The pictures are sent to a Recently Deleted folder in the Albums section of thePhotos app instead, where they reside for up to a month after they have been deleted.
Users can simply go to that folder, look for the photo or photos they want to save, and recover them in the event that they don’t already have them in iCloud or in a recent iOS 8 backup.
In order to remove a picture for good from an iOS 8 device, users should also remove it from the Recently Deleted folder and from iCloud as well, if that’s necessary.
On the other hand, iPhone users looking to recover a deleted photo that’s no longer available in the Recently Deleted folder, in iCloud or in older backups, will need a more advanced file recovery solution for iOS devices.
Oct 08, 2015 - 07:35 PM
Oct 29, 2015 - 04:03 AM
it’s very urgent to make backup, especially when you stored some important files on your iPhone. But how to restore the lost photos without backup? Once I deleted my daugther’s photos on my iPhone, that was precious memory! I asked on many website but all I got was complicated method. So I had to pay for recovery. I found this software(iMyfone Data Recovery for iPhone)has a very low price, so I tried.Surprisingly my photos were all back with its help! It is very easy-to-use. You can try this too.