Wonder whether photos are included in the iTunes backup and want to know how to view photos from the backup? Read the article to find answers.
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Nobody denies the indispensability of photos on iPhone. We shoot photos with iPhone anywhere and anytime, for instance at a home party, on a lovely trip or in a live concert. If unfortunately someday you lose these treasurable photos, it would be a disaster. Then can we store photos in somewhere safer? Everyone knows that iTunes is a channel to save iPhone data. So whether photos are included in the iTunes backup?
iTunes does backup photos. An iTunes backup covers nearly all of your iPhone data and settings, including photos. But note that not all iPhone photos will be backed up to iTunes, for example, photos synced from iTunes and already stored in iCloud, like My Photo Stream & iCloud Photo Library. In general, photos in Camera Roll can be exactly backed up to iTunes.
If by any chance you lose or carelessly delete some photos, it’s convenient for you to access and extract photos through your iTunes backup. However, locating the iTunes backup file is time and energy consuming. Thankfully, there’s an iPhone backup extractor named Primo iPhone Data Recovery, which focuses on helping you access and extract iOS data like photos from iTunes backup quickly and easily.
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Step 1. Download and install Primo iPhone Data Recovery to computer > Launch it > Choose Recover from iTunes > Click Next.
Step 2. Select an iTunes backup from the list > Click Next.
Step 3. Choose Photos > Click Recover to extract photos you need.
In addition to photos, Primo iPhone Data Recovery also supports extracting and retrieving many other iOS data over 20 types, such as contacts, notes, messages, videos and so on. Download it now to start a free trial.
Lydia Member of @PrimoSync team, an optimistic Apple user, willing to share solutions about iOS related problems.