- Deleted photos and albums
- Deleted media attachments
- First to support all iOS versions
- Works with all iDevices
- Encrypted, secure connection
- Your files are never stored on our servers
The Lite license, which is free, lets you recover only 4 files from any iTunes data category: photos, notes, contacts, messages and more. Purchase the Basic license and recover and number of files from iTunes backups and encrypted backups.
Recover four selected photos for free with our demo version. Purchase the Basic plan for unlimited file recovery from iTunes or the Premium plan for unlimited file recovery from both iTunes and iCloud. Let's get started:
- Download and install iPhone Backup Extractor;
- Add a local iTunes backup or your iCloud account;
- Download a selected backup from available devices;
- Select the photos you want to recover;
- Extract and save them on your computer;
Read detailed instructions below.
1. Select the iCloud backup containing the images
Make sure you have a recent iCloud backup with deleted images. Download and install the latest version of the iPhone Backup Extractor. For iCloud support, purchasing a subscription license is required (the Premium plan).
Open the iPhone Backup Extractor and connect it with your iCloud account. Click the big green “Plus” button, select the “iCloud” tab, and add your login credentials. If 2FA is enabled, you'll be prompted to enter your code.
2. Download the iCloud backup locally
From the left window, select the iCloud backup file containing deleted photos. In “Category”, check “Images” and continue by clicking the “Download” button.
Note: Deleted images will only be available in iCloud for 30 days after deletion.
If you attempt recovery after 30 days, you may not be able to find all of the images.
3. Extract your lost photos
Click on the checked cloud showing the local iCloud backup to select it. From the right window, click on the “Photos” tab and select a place to save the recovered images. You’ll be asked how you want to extract them: grouped by albums or not.
In a matter of seconds, your deleted images are recovered.
You will find them in a folder labeled “Recently deleted”. Undeleted images are also available in a separate folder.
Use iPhone Backup Extractor and check the left tab. Make sure the iTunes backup file previously generated is selected. If your backup is encrypted, you’ll need a subscription plan.
Jump to the third step from the iCloud method and get your deleted images back.
iPhone Backup Extractor is fully compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, and any macOS version from 10.7 and above. See below:
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