How To Retrieve Deleted Text Messages on iPhone After iOS 9.2 Update

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Quite a number of people complained that some of their text messages were deleted after updating to iOS 9.2 update and they badly want to recover the deleted text messages. The only way seemed to be restoring your iPhone from iTunes or iCloud backup. However, restoring the entire backup file to your iPhone means to replace everything currently on your iPhone with what has been backed up previously. In other words, newly generated data that you have not backed up will be overwritten and erased permanently. Continue reading

Not Enough Free Space? What to Delete on Your iPhone

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Apple’s newest operating system, iOS 9.1, is basically like getting a new phone — but first, you’ll need at least 1.3 GB of free space to install the new software. If you’ve been putting off the upgrade because you’re receiving the dreaded “Not Enough Storage” message, these are the solutions you are seeking.  Continue reading

Retrieve Contacts Lost During iOS 9.1 updating to iPhone

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Apple rolled out the latest iOS 9.1 last Wednesday, and it has been a few days since the release. Most people have rushed to download and install the latest iOS 9.1. However, there a quite a number of people suffering from accidently losing contacts during the iOS 9.1 updating. Continue reading

Back up your iPhone before iOS 9.1 update

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Apple’s iOS 9.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has been released yesterday and with  new emojis and bug fixes to the company’s new operating system. While you might be tempted to install right away, there is one thing you have to do before installing the latest iOS 9.1 to your iDevice. That is to back up your iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus properly.  Continue reading

It Rumors iPad Pro Likely Ship With iOS 9.1

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It is said that Apple has worked on iOS 9.1 and this time, iPad Pro will ship with iOS 9.1.  analytics company AppSee found an “iPad6,8” with a resolution of 2,732 x 2,048 in its logs. And MacRumors has asked AppSee to check what version of iOS the iPad had installed on it, and as it turns out, it’s running iOS 9.1, suggesting Apple’s work on iOS 9.1 coincides with the development of the iPad Pro. Continue reading