Have you updated your iDevice to the newly released iOS 8? If you haven't already, you can read our guide and update now. The upgrade takes about 30 minutes and you'll enjoy all the new exciting features of Apple's new mobile operating system. These are some of the most important changes to iOS 8:
- Interactive notifications
- Touch ID for all applications
- Widgets in notification center
- Siri improvements
- Third-party keyboards and Quicktype
- Facetime group chat function
Before you make any upgrade or downgrade of iOS, we recommend to backup all data on your iPhone or iPad, using the latest iTunes version.
iPhone Backup Extractor v4.9.23 offers support for iOS 8 iTunes backups
The iPhone Backup Extractor team always offers prompt support for any iOS updates or changes, and iOS 8 is no exception. If you have installed iOS 8 on your iPhone or iPad and you want to recover deleted messages, photos, notes, voice mails and more, download and use the iPhone Backup Extractor application with iOS 8 iTunes backup support.
Recover data from your iOS 8 backup
Until the final version of iOS 8 officially ships, iOS Beta backups cannot be used to restore iPhones or iPads running iOS 7. Therefore, the only option to recover data from an iOS 8 backup is to use the iPhone Backup Extractor.
Whether you have downgraded from iOS 8 to iOS 7, or you want to recover some deleted data from iOS 8, you can do it with the help of our software.
The iPhone Backup Extractor can help you recover any data from your iOS 8 backup, be it photos, contacts, calendar data, deleted SMS, MMS, voicemails or call history.
Open the iPhone Backup Extractor and select your iOS 8 backup, if not already loaded by our app. From the 'Available data' section, click the blue numbers belonging to the data you want to recover. You can recover data as HTML, CSV, iCAL, vCard and more depending on the specific type of data you want to recover.
If you encounter any problems when trying to recover data from your iOS 8 backup, contact our support team at any time and we would love to help.
What is your experience with iOS 8 thus far? Do the new features make any difference to you?