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How to Restore iPhone from iCloud

--Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Restoring an iPhone may be necessary if are having simple problems with it: after upgrading to newer version, data corrupted or changing to a new phone. You can extract your iPhone data from iTunes if you have backups. But with the introduction of the iCloud service, restore to the last known backup using iCloud can also be a good choice. If you have synced all of your data to your iCloud, simply follow these directions to get your device back to the way it was when you last synced. When it comes to restore iPhone using iCloud, I recommend iPhone Data Recovery.

iPhone Data Recovery will help you easily restore iPhone from iCloud Backup, whether you are planning to recover the whole iCloud backup or just one or two items from them. It also allows you read your backup data to make sure which items you like to retrieve.

Click the green icon below to get the latest version of iPhone Data Recovery. And then start the trip--Restore iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus from iCloud.

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Tutorial: Restore Data from iCloud Backup

Step 1 Log on iCloud Account
After installing iPhone Data Recovery to your Mac or Windows PC, select Recover from iCloud Backup File method on the homepage. Enter your account username and password information. The program will begin scanning your backups from iCloud.

Log in iCloud Account

Step 2 Choose Backup to download
In this step, you are asked to choose from up to three backups on a list as below, sorted by date. Once you made your choice, click Download button.

Download iCloud Backup

Step 3 Preview and Restore iPhone Data
On the left panel, you can click on any data to preview your previous stored backup data. Check the boxes in front of your wanted data and click Recover to restore iCloud from iPhone.

Recover Data from iCloud

WARM TIPS:
iPhone Data Recovery also works when you don't have a proper backup.
This guide applies to all iDevice includes iPhone SE/6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus, iPad Pro/Air 2/mini 4, etc. on either Windows or Mac computer.
Last but not least, always remember to back up iPhone data on iCloud.

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Ivy Bruce

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