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Backup Your iPhone, Mac Data Before Upgrading to iOS 7

Reported by ritcha | August 17th, 2020 @ 01:17 AM

Apple will release iOS 7 on the 18th as a free version, slotxo so you are waiting for the full version. Or ready to install beta iOS 7 on your iPhone, you should backup your iPhone to Mac before upgrading to iOS otherwise you will lose all your data. Including call logs, contacts, accounts, calendars, photos, and more from your iPhone. It's not difficult, backing up data to mac takes only a few minutes, so here I am going to share with you back up all the data on your iPhone to mac.
Part 1.Backup your settings, messages, files on your camera roll, etc. before upgrading to iOS 7.
Let's start with the most important information: settings, contacts, camera roll, call log, etc. Back up these data, we should use iTunes on your mac. Open iTunes and your iPhone connected to Mac via USB cable when iPhone appears on its main window. iPhone Please click View> Show Sidebar then your iPhone will appear on the left side of iTunes Library under your iPhone device right click. And select Backup from the drop-down list. By doing this All settings of your iPhone and contacts. The favorites, contacts, messages, videos and photos in the camera roll will be saved to Mac.
Part 1. Back up all data from your iPhone to your Mac, except for both purchased and non-purchased media files, purchased music and videos. You can save it in the iTunes Store with your Apple ID to download it to iTunes library again, not iPhone backup, buy media files, music, videos, TV shows, pictures, you should follow the steps in Part 2.

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