How To Save SMS History From iPhone 7 To Mac?


Are you looking for a method to save all SMS history from iPhone 7 to Mac as you can view and read those text messages on Mac frequently?  As well know that iTunes is capable of backing up messages on your iPhone 7 to Mac, but the messages are included in the backup package are unreadable on your Mac directly. But no worries, we have another better way to show you how to transfer all iPhone 7 SMS to your Mac as readable files. 

When it comes to backup your iPhone messages to computer to view, I think, what you need is the help from iFonebox, a professional iPhone data recovery tool as well as iPhone backup extractor software.

As is known that iFonebox can not only transfer all text messages from your iPhone to the computer at ease, but retrieve deleted or lost text messages from iDevice directly, without backup. Also, if you have an iTunes or iCloud backup for your lost data, you still get the chance to restore lost data from iPhone backup selectively within the help from iFonebox, so cool. Next, detailed steps are shared below to help you save all SMS history from iPhone to Mac easily.

Undoubtedly, you have to download and install iFonebox on your computer firstly. It worked on Windows and Mac computer. Here, I will take Mac computer as example.

How to save SMS history from iPhone 7 to Mac?

Start iFonebox. Choose Recover from iOS Device mode. Please connect your iPhone to the Mac so as to scan and analyze your text messages from it. If it is the first time to connect your iPhone to the computer, you need to Trust the computer firstly on your iPhone screen. Then click Start button to begin.


Choose text messages to scan. Click on the text messages icon and then, the program will start the automatic scanning process.


Preview and select text messages to transfer. After scanning, you can access and view your iPhone messages and then, choose all messages and click Recover to Mac button to backup them on your computer.


In a word, to backup all SMS history from iPhone to Mac is not a big deal so long as you have the help from iFonebox.

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