Find and retrieve deleted files from iTunes backups

Why use iPhone Backup Extractor for iTunes recovery
Recover deleted iTunes files
  • Find files in any iTunes backup
  • Easy preview & save
Privacy protection
  • Only you can open your backup
  • Files are not stored on servers
Easy to use
  • Edit backup files manually
  • Export data in compatible file formats
What can be retrieved from an iTunes backup
Call logs
App Data
Everything else
Before you get started, make sure you have a recent iTunes backup file downloaded on your computer or a local drive. If you don't, connect your iPhone to your computer and generate a full iTunes backup.
You will need
A computer (Mac or Win)
An iTunes backup
iPhone Backup Extractor Lite
Supported devices and iOS versions

Compatible with all iOS devices iPhone 4, 4S, iPhone 5, 5C, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, 6S, 6S Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
It works with all iOS's iOS 10, iOS 9, iOS 8, iOS 7 and lower
Full support for all backups Corrupted backup, iCloud backup, 2FA iCloud backup, Encrypted backup

Data privacy and security With more than eight years of experience, our company fully adheres to the strictest data privacy laws. The data recovered with the iPhone Backup Extractor is 100% confidential and secure. No users credentials are stored on our servers. The connections are encrypted and your data is safe.

Our extractor offers full support for 2FA for iCloud devices, which we advise you to activate on your account. Multiple imitation software are available but you don't have any guarantee that your credentials and data are safe!
Full support for all iOS versions Data protection Works with encrypted and corrupted backups Malware free
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