How to Speed Up iPhone

Just like human beings, iPhones too age with time. With ageing, phones slow down. Especially when new models come out, you might realise that your iPhone is comparatively slower than the newer ones. Instead of jumping straight to conclusions and buying a new one, read on to find how you can speed up your iPhone.

Does Apple deliberately slow iPhone?

Yes. Apple has admitted that it slows down older iPhones, to avoid battery problems. If you have an old version of iPhone and if you have updated your phone to the most recent iOS version, chances are, you might be experiencing slowdown issues.

Apple claims that the reason for this is to preserve the power and lifespan of batteries. You can, fortunately, turn off the performance management feature to take care of slowdown issues. To do this:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap Battery.
  3. Tap Battery Health.
  4. Scroll down to the Peak Performance Capability subheading and tap Disable.

How to speed up iPhone?

Free up space

One of the main reasons why your iPhone might be slowing down is because it is filled to the brim with photos, videos, and apps. You can lighten a load of your device by deleting unused apps, random photos, and lengthy never to be seen videos.

To see how much storage you are using on iOS11:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage.
  2. Select Manage Storage under the Storage

A colourful chart pops up on the screen. The chart shows the space you are using and the free space you have remaining. You can also see some recommendations to save storage below the chart.

For the older versions, you can manually go through the applications that are on your iPhone and get rid of the unused ones. To delete an app:

  1. Press and hold on the app icon. The icon starts jumping around.
  2. Tap on the X on the top right of the icon to delete it.

To delete multiple applications at once:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage.
  2. Tap Manage Storage under Storage.
  3. Tap on the name of the app that you don’t need, and click the Delete App option on the next screen.
  4. Repeat the process for deleting all apps that you don’t need.

You should skim through all your photos/videos and offload the unnecessary ones. Another great idea to reduce storage usage on your phone is to delete old conversations and large attachments.

Use HEIF and HEVC formats.

iOS 11 introduces the HEIF (High-Efficiency Image Format) format for photos and HEVC (High-Efficiency Video Coding) format for videos. If you are like other normal smartphone users, photos, and videos occupy the most space in your iPhone. The HEIF and HEVC formats save your photos and videos in smaller file sizes, thus reducing storage space and increasing speed. To enable high efficiency:

  1. Go to Settings > Camera > Formats.
  2. Choose High Efficiency.

Note: Only devices with at least A 10 Fusion chip (iPhone 7 and later versions) can only snap and save photos and videos with the HIEF or HEVC format.

Update iOS

Updating iOS to the latest version can give you mixed results in terms of speed. Some iOS upgrade versions might introduce efficient code while some versions might add new features that can degrade iPhone speed. The best solution is to review the latest changes in the release and upgrade it only if you are sure.

iOS 12 promises to boost speed in new devices, so upgrading to iOS 12 would be a safe bet. To check if your iOS is updated:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
  2. Check for a new iOS version.

Update Applications

If you have updated your iOS version, you might as well upgrade all your apps to the latest version too. Old apps might not run as smoothly or efficiently in the new iOS version. To update all apps to the newest version:

  1. Open App Store.
  2. Tap Updates.
  3. Tap Update All.

Disable automatic updates

By default, iOS runs processes and applications in the background. This might seem to be useful in some cases, but automatic updates hog your device’s CPU and battery. To speed up the iPhone, you should disable automatic updates. You can update your apps as and when required via App Store.

To disable automatic updates:

  1. Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store.
  2. Go to the Automatic Downloads
  3. Toggle Updates to Off.

Disable background app refresh

Apart from updating automatically in the background, apps also refresh their content in the background. For example, Facebook. Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media handles update in the background automatically without having to refresh it manually. It is helpful for sure, but it occupies CPU cycles. Hence, to speed up the iPhone, it is better to disable background app refresh option.

To disable background app refresh:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh.
  2. Tap the toggle switch off.

You can also enable Background App Refresh at the top and turn it off for individual apps from the given list.

Turn off app notifications.

Notifications can help you stay updated on the messages arriving on your phone. However, you do not always need them. For example, you do not need notifications every time someone posts something on Facebook. Turning on notifications for all applications can slow down your iPhone significantly. Hence, to turn off notifications:

  1. Go to Settings > Notifications.
  2. Toggle Notifications to Off for all applications that do not require notifications.

Disable Spotlight searching

Spotlight helps you search across your iPhone with ease. To do so, however, it has to index all items on your iPhone. This can occasionally slow things down. To speed up your iPhone, you can try switching Spotlight off. To do so:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Spotlight Search.
  2. Set all search result items to Off.

Clear Safari cache

Safari app might notice more slowdown than the other apps on your iPhone. This occurs because of full cache memory. To clear Safari cache:

  1. Go to Settings > General.
  2. Tap Clear History and Website Data.

Clearing Safari cache should speed up the Safari app. Web pages may take longer time slightly to load initially, but this problem will be solved as soon as cache starts filling up.

Test your web connection

If Safari and other applications are still running slowly, then the problem is not with your iPhone but with your web connection. It does not matter how fast your iPhone is. If your connection to the internet is weak, then it is sure to slow things down considerably.

Use a speed test app such as Ookla to check your internet speed. A slow internet connection might be the reason why your apps that require an active internet connection are slowed down.

Reduce motion effects

If you have turned off everything and still need a bit more speed in your iPhone, then disable some motion effects is a good idea. To do so:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion.
  2. Set Reduce Motion to On.

Reducing motion will undoubtedly provide a slight speed boost to your iPhone.

Turn off location services

Turning on location services is handy for apps like Maps and Facebook. However, Location Services sucks up battery power and reduces performance. It is hence desirable to turn on location services only when required.

To turn location services off:

  1. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services.
  2. Set Location Services to Off.

Reboot

After removing unnecessary apps and disabling unnecessary settings, you should reboot your iPhone. Rebooting refreshes the memory of the iPhone and enables it to start from scratch. To reboot your iPhone:

  1. Hold down the Sleep/Wake button at the top.
  2. Slide the Slide to Power Off control slider to power down the iPhone.
  3. Hold the Sleep/Wake button again to start the phone.

When in doubt, reboot your iPhone from time to time to refresh phone memory and speed it up.

How to switch from iPhone to Android?

So, you have decided to switch from the green land of iPhone to the promised land of Android. You can be sure that the switch is going to be as challenging as moving into a new country, alone.

Worry not. This guide is all set to make your transition easier. Follow the steps in this guide, and you can sync all your contacts, files, pictures, and videos to your new Android phone with ease. If you are very much invested in the iPhone fraternity, the switch is going to be difficult, but the final result is worth it. The question revolving around which is better; Android or iPhone, paves the way for another discussion at another time. Since you have already decided to switch to Android, let us make the process easier.

Using your new phones’ settings

Before discussing the ways to move over bits and parts of your iPhone data to your new Android phone, let us take a look at the features that your new phone provides.

Most Android devices have inbuilt apps that serve the purpose of easing out the process of shifting critical data from old phone to a new one. When you set up the new phone, you might be asked if you want to copy files from your old (Android or Apple) phone to a new one. This process makes the transition a lot easier.

If you buy a Samsung phone of the recent version, you will get a USB-OTG connector in the box which lets you plug in your iPhone to the new phone. With this, you can copy a lot of files and data to the new phone with ease.

If this process does not work, read on to know how you can transition from iPhone to Android in a breeze.

How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android?

Before selling your iPhone, you will surely want to transfer your contacts to the new phone. The complexity of moving contacts depends on how you have stored it.

Google Account

Are you syncing your contacts regularly with your Google account? If the answer is yes, you can log in with the same Gmail account on your new phone to easily sync your contacts.

iCloud

If you have used iCloud to store your contacts, then the process of transferring contacts from iPhone to a new Android device is pretty simple too. To transfer contacts using iCloud:

1.     Turn on Contacts under Settings > Your name > iCloud on your iPhone.

2.     Log in to iCloud website on your computer.

3.     Click Contacts.

4.     Click the gear button on the bottom left side of the screen.

5.     Select Export vCard.

6.     Log into Gmail and tap the Gmail icon on the top left side of the screen.

7.     Click Contacts.

8.     Click More.

9.     Tap Import.

Third-party apps

You can also use third-party apps like My Contacts Backup app to transfer your contacts from iPhone to Android devices. Install the app, launch it, and carry out the steps that follow.

How to sync your calendar from iPhone to Android?

Syncing your calendar entries from iPhone to Android is also extremely easy if you have been doing so regularly.

Google Account

If you have been syncing your calendar with your Google account, you can transfer your calendar from iPhone to Android. Log in from the Google account in your new Android device, and your calendar is synced automatically.

iCloud

You can also use your iCloud account to transfer your calendar entries to the new Android device.

1.     Go to Settings > Your name > iCloud on your iPhone.

2.     Toggle on Calendars.

3.     Log in to iCloud website on your computer.

4.     Click Calendar.

5.     Click the Share Calendar button beside the desired calendar.

6.     Tick on the Public Calendar checkbox and copy the sharing URL.

7.     Paste the copied URL on a new tab of a browser.

8.     Change the term webcal in the URL to http and press the Enter key. The web browser downloads a file with random characters. This file is a copy of your iCloud Calendar entries.

9.     Save the file to a convenient folder.

10. Log in to Google Calendar in your web browser.

11. Click the plus button on the right of Other Calendars in the Google Calendar interface. Select the Import option.

12. Select the downloaded, exported calendar file.

13. Click the Import button to upload the downloaded file.

The imported entries are now listed in the Google Calendar web interface. Once you log in via this Gmail account, the new entries are also synced to your Android device.

How to transfer your photos and videos from iPhone to Android?

You can deploy many ways to transfer your precious photos from your iPhone to Android. You should follow the best approach to prevent the loss of your precious photos in the process of transferring them from iPhone to Android.

Conventional way

The conventional way of transferring photos and videos from iPhone to Android is to copy all your photos from the iPhone to a computer and transfer them to your new Android phone. This caveman approach works for sure, but it is the most time-consuming way to move your photos.

Google Photos app

You can use the iOS Google Photos app to effortlessly transfer your photos and videos from your old iPhone to your new Android phone.

1.     Download the iOS Google Photos app.

2.     Turn on the backup feature.

3.     Connect to a Wi-Fi network to ensure that your photos are uploaded to your Google account with ease.

4.     Download the Photos app on your new Android phone when all your photos from iPhone are uploaded.

5.     Set up the Photos app on Android with the same Google account.

All your photos and videos are synced to your Google account automatically. You can use Google Photos syncing as a way to always save and update your photos/videos.

How to transfer music files from iPhone to Android?

You would also want to transfer your saved playlists or music to your Android account. There are several ways to do that too.

Assuming that you are using iTunes, make sure that you download any music that you have purchased. Since iTunes music and audio files are protected by DRM, you might need to use the Apple Music App, or some other third-party applications to transfer music to Android.

Apple Music App

Apple has released the Apple Music app for Android devices. Just like the iOS version, the app allows you to create your personalised playlists and purchase iTunes music. Apple Music app also allows you to download tracks for offline listening. 

To enjoy Apple Music on Android devices:

1.     Download and launch the Apple Music app.

2.     Choose a membership plan.

3.     Click Start Trial.

4.     Click Use Existing ID. Enter the Apple ID and the password to log in. If you do not have an Apple account, click Create New Apple ID.

Now, you can easily enjoy your Apple Music on your Android devices, create personalised playlists, and download offline tracks.

Convert to MP3 and transfer to Android

Several Android devices do not support the Apple Music app. Hence, an alternative option to using the app is to convert Apple Music to MP3. Use one of the below-mentioned applications to convert iPhone music to MP3:

1.     TuneFab Apple Music Converter

2.     Apple Mac Soft

3.     Sidify Apple Music Converter

How to transfer text messages from iPhone to Android?

Transferring text messages is a lot trickier than transferring photos or videos. Some people like to save precious text conversions intact and transfer them to their new smartphones. It is possible using the iSMS2droid app. This method might not necessarily work for everyone as it requires you to back up your SMS to iTunes and to dig around to find the right file to convert.  

Another option is to use Samsung Smart Switch or Kies software to restore iPhone backup. Other premium software options allow you to copy text messages, contacts, photos, and call logs too. Some applications might work for you, while some might not. Regardless of the option you use, turn iMessage off before making the switch. If you don’t do so, your SMS and MMS messages might still go to your old iPhone if the sender is an iPhone user. Apple sends an iMessage instead of SMS or MMS when it detects that both devices are iOS.

To turn off iMessage:

1.     Go to Settings > Messages.

2.     Toggle iMessage off.

3.     Go to Settings > Facetime and toggle iMessage off.

Can you transfer apps from iPhone to Android?

iOS and Android are different to the core. Hence, the apps that run on them are extremely different too. You cannot transfer apps from iPhone to Android.

Popular apps for social network, games, editing tools, etc. exist both in Android and iPhone. You can check Google Play to ensure that the important apps that you use in the iPhone are available in your new Android phone too.

If the crucial app that you use daily is not available in the Android system, then there are a number of replacements that you can use for the app.

Wrapping up

Yes, the transition to Android from iPhone is surely going to be difficult. Switching to a new platform is tiring, but some tools will make your experience much smoother.

Firstly, you will have to re-download all your applications or leave behind some for good. Transferring everything else is easier as it depends on the cloud solution that you use. You can later download all the required files from the cloud as and when required.

You should also remember to turn off iMessage before leaving behind your iPhone. Avoiding this step might create issues with your SMS delivery.

There are some differences in the user experience of Android and iPhone. Learn the differences below:

Navigation

Navigation on Android differs from that of an iPhone. The Home button always takes you back to the home screen. The Back button takes you back one level, one page, or one screen. It can also be used to back out of apps.

Multitasking or recent apps can be found by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. This screen showcases the latest apps that you were using, and you can quickly jump back to an app as and when required.

Customisation

Customisation and widgets in Android differ from that of the iPhone system. Android offers the ability to customise your smartphone and use widgets on your screen.

To customise your phone’s look and feel, tap, and hold an empty section of the home screen. A pop-up menu now allows you to set the wallpaper. You can also add apps, shortcuts, folders, and widgets into your home screen.

Widgets are small windows of applications that can bring new information to you automatically. Not all applications have widgets, but you can hold the empty portion of the home screen to select widgets, and to select how the widgets will appear on your screen.

You can also change the entire aesthetics of your new Android phone by exploring the world of launchers. There are a number of free launchers available, with special effects and styles to choose from.

Recovery Software for iPhone

Your iPhone is home to loads of valuable, personal data like photos, videos, and contacts. Sadly, data loss can happen to anyone even when using a highly secure device like an iPhone.

There are several cases when your valuable data might be lost. Some of the major causes of data loss in iPhone are:

  • Water damage
  • iOS upgrades
  • Lost iPhone
  • Black screen of death
  • Accidental or intentional Factory reset
  • iPhone stuck in recovery mode
  • Stolen Apple ID

Choosing the best recovery software to get back your data can be an arduous task. However, for your ease, we have listed below, the best recovery software for iPhone.

iSkySoft iPhone Data Recovery

iSkySoft recovers data from iPhone, iTunes, and iCloud. You can retrieve your valuable photos, contacts, iMessages, app messages, Safari bookmarks, WhatsApp messages, Notes, Calendar, and voice memo using the software.

iSkySoft has a preview option which displays the recovered data with their names and file structures. The tool also repairs errors in the iOS devices in addition to recovery.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Can recover nine types of lost data for iOS devices.
  • Easy to use.
  • Can recover 17 types of lost data from iTunes and iCloud.
  • Compatible with the latest iOS releases.

Cons:

  • Cannot recover complete lost data from iPhone.
  • Scanning time is longer.

EaseUS MobiSaver

EaseUS MobiSaver is another recovery software for iPhone which offers complete iOS device recovery in its Pro version. It can recover photos, videos, songs, contacts, call history, browsing history, reminders, calendars, etc., but its free version is limited to offering five contacts and one photo/video recovery.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Pro version recovers all iPhone data.
  • Easy to use.
  • Preview option before recovery.
  • Allows data recovery in situations like upgrade, formatting, jailbreak, etc.

Cons:

  • The free version has limited capabilities.
  • Sometimes has connection issues.
  • Slow scanning.

iMobie PhoneRescue

The simple, and easy to use interface of iMobie PhoneRescue makes it another good recovery software for iPhone. It can recover 31 lost data types including photos, videos, Safari bookmarks, contacts, playlists, music, notes, Line and WhatsApp messages.

iMobie PhoneRescue also offers a repair feature for iPhones stuck on white Apple logo, Recovery Mode loop, or black screen.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Supports data recovery of encrypted iTunes backup files.
  • Stores messages and call history in HTML format.
  • Easy to use.

Cons:

  • Does not always recover iPhones videos, and does not work on all data loss situations.
  • Slow scanning.

Leawo iOS Data Recovery

When looking for limited data recovery for iPhone, iPod, and iPad, Leawo iOS Data Recovery is the perfect solution. This tool can recover six data types from iOS devices and 12 data types from iTunes. Its user interface is easy, and it also allows you to search for lost data by format or filename.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X, iPad, iPod.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface.
  • Preview option before recovery.
  • Can recover lost data from iPhone, iTunes and iCloud backup files.

Cons:

  • Slow scanning.
  • Limited data type recovery from iOS devices.

Stellar Data Recovery for iPhone

The highly intuitive interface of Stellar Data Recovery for iPhone makes it one of the best-known recovery software for iOS. Suitable for a novice, the tree view structure of the software allows you to preview and save recovered data with ease. It completely recovers data, even then attachments of char messages. It has a higher iOS data recovery rate and relatively better features than its counterparts.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X, iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, iPad.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x, 12.x

Pros:

  • Powerful and easy to use.
  • Very user-friendly interface.
  • Fast scanning and quick recovery of lost data.
  • Supoorts iPhone and iPad.
  • Recovers encrypted iTunes backup files and allowed selective recovery from iTunes and iCloud.
  • Scans device comprehensively and can save recovered data to a computer or iPhone.
  • Works with data loss situations like a broken screen, broken iPhone, water damage, accidental data loss, unintentional formatting of data, and jailbreak.

Cons:

  • The trial version does not allow saving recovered files.

Dr. Fone iPhone Data Recovery

Dr. Fone iPhone Data Recovery is another iPhone recovery tool that recovers iPhone data from iTunes and iCloud backup with ease. It’s simple interface and its compatibility with the latest iOS versions makes it a preferred recovery software for iPhone.

Device compatibility: iPhone 8, 8 Plus, iPhone X

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface
  • Preview option before recovery.
  • Recovers messages, contacts, call history, WhatsApp messages, photos, videos, notes, Safari bookmarks.
  • Recovers lost data from iPhone, iCloud and iTunes backup files.

Cons:

  • Expensive than the other vendors.
  • The free version does not allow saving data.
  • Cannot recover SnapChat messages.

Primo iPhone Data Recovery

The Primo iPhone Data Recovery software’s easy to navigate interface and extensive recovery support makes it a software that is worth paying for. It recovers media files, call history, personal data, notes, contacts, videos, WhatsApp, iMessage, and Safari history. Its additional feature lets you fix other issues such as iDevice stuck on black screen, white screen and Apple logo mode, along with issues such as upgrade error.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X, iPhone XS, XS Max, XR.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface.
  • Allows selective recovery.
  • Recovers 25 types of iOS content from iPhone, iPad, as well as iPod.
  • Retrieves data from iDevice, iCloud and iTunes backup.

Cons:

  • Trial version does not allow to save recovered files.
  • Does not recover Viber, SnapChat or WeChat messages.

Leawo iOS Data Recovery

Leawo iOS Data Recovery is suitable for limited data recovery from iPhone, iPad, and iPod. It can recover six data types from iOS devices and 12 data types from iTunes.

You can use the Leawo iOS Data recovery application to search for data by file name or format. It is suitable, even for a novice user.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface.
  • Recovers lost data from iPhone, iTunes, and iCloud backup.
  • Preview option before recovery.

Cons:

  • Limited data recovery types.
  • Slow scanning time.

Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery

Tenoshare iPhone Data recovery software supports the recovery of lost data in the iPhone, iTunes, and iCloud. Its competency to recover a huge number of data types makes it a reliable choice. It can recover app data, contacts, attachments, photos, notes, and videos.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Recovers wide range of lost data types.
  • Recovers lost data from iPhone, iTunes, and iCloud.
  • Preview option before recovery.
  • Allows recovery of selective data.

Cons:

  • Slow scanning.
  • Cannot recover complete lost data from iPhone.

Aiseesoft Fonelab iPhone Data Recovery

Aiseesoft iPhone data recovery tool can easily recover lost data, not just from the iPhone, but also from iPad and iPod Touch. It can also retrieve lost data from iTunes and iCloud backup files.

Aiseesoft can recover 19 types of data, including photos, WhatsApp, contacts, call history, iMessage, photos, notes, etc. However, it cannot fully restore photos and videos from iPhone.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface.
  • Recovers lost data from iTunes and iCloud.
  • Recovers HEIC photos from iCloud.

Cons:

  • The trial version does not recover any lost data.
  • The application cannot always fully recover data.

Enigma iPhone Recovery Software

The clear and easy to use interface of Enigma iPhone recovery software places it on the list of the best recovery software for iPhone. Enigma offers decent data recovery capabilities from iOS devices, iTunes, and iCloud. It can restore lost messages, photos, videos, KiK, contacts, calls, notes, WhatsApp, and calendar.

The only downside to this Enigma is that it offers video and photo recovery only from iTunes or iCloud backup.

Device compatibility: iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6 Plus, 6, 6s Plus, 6s, 7, 7 Plus, 8 Plus, 8, iPhone X.

iOS supported: iOS 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, 11.x

Pros:

  • Easy to use interface.

Cons:

  • Limited data type support.
  • Slow scanning.
  • Importing recovered data to the device requires iOS app support.