How to restore your new iPhone from an iTunes backup

Whether you backed up your files on iTunes or iCloud there is always an easy and simple way to restore and download those files into your new iPhone. We will help you here in this article to get all your data to your brand new iPhone, just make sure that you are using the most recent version of iTunes before you start.

After turning on your new iPhone and follow the setup steps we explained earlier in our articles, In the Setup Assistant, once you reach “Setup your device”, then just tap “Restore from iTunes Backup”. To begin to restore your iPhone data from the backup, connect your iPhone to the computer that you normally sync it to that contains the backup file. If you aren’t already connected to your computer containing your iTunes backups, your iPhone will prompt you to do so. In the center of the iPhone management screen, you’ll see a “Restore” button. Click that.

Now you just have to follow the prompts in iTunes in order to select your most recent backup. After a restore, your iPhone will restart. You should then see “Slide to set up”. Follow the steps in the iOS Setup Assistant. One more thing, if your iPhone keeps on restarting without any response or without showing the Apple logo, then all you have to do is to place it into recovery mode and then try restoring again.

That’s all there is to it. Your iPhone will begin restoring from your iTunes backup. Keep in mind that the more data you have, the longer it will take. Just be patient and make sure you don’t disconnect your iPhone until iTunes tells you that your restore is complete.



How to restore your new iPhone from an iTunes backup

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One Comment;

  1. Bud Tran said:

    Imagine if your iPhone may lost or damaged with your important contacts, notes, voicemails etc. A new iPhone can fulfill the place of your phone but what about data. iPhone Backup Utility lets you easily backup and restore importent files on your iPhone.

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