How to Get Back Deleted Photos on iPhone

“Help! I lost my iPhone photos and they are so important data for me. They are all the memories in my mind. I don't want to lose them all. Does anyone know how to solve it? I need all my deleted photos back!”

Sometimes we lost the iPhone photos just because of carelessness. We try to delete the photo that we are not interested in or we dislike, but delete the pictures that we love meanwhile. Well, that’s really an accident, but there are still a way to getting the deleted photos back, that is to make use of third-party data recovery tool. In this article, you will learn how to get back deleted photos on iPhone with iPhone data recovery tool by using 3 methods.

Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery is well-known data recovery software in the world. In this program, you can use 3 ways to recover your deleted photos. At first, you can download and install this application from your PC or Mac. Then double-click to open it. After that, you can see the 3 ways as below:

Option 1: Recover iPhone Photos from iPhone

In this alternative, you need to connect your iPhone to computers. Then click the “Start Scan” button, the software will show all the data in your iPhone that it can find. After that, you can choose the data and click the Recover button to find them back.


Option 2: Recover iPhone Photos with iTunes Backup File

In this way, you can get back your data from iTunes backup file. First of all, the software will find out the iTunes backup file for you. You can choose one of the backup files that you own, and then click the “Start Scan” button. After that, you will see all the usable data from your iTunes backup. Just choose the Photos and then to get all your deleted photos back.

Option 3: Recover iPhone Photos with iCloud backup file

In this way, you need to type your Apple ID and password to sign in your iCloud account. Then the software will show all the iCloud backup files for you. Pick up one of them and then continue to the Next button. Then you can preview all the photos. After that, choose the target pictures you have deleted, and then click the “Recover” button to get your photos back with this iPhone data recovery software.


How to Fix iPhone 6 Plus Screen Frozen Because of Low Battery

Although the big screen of iPhone 6 Plus can please many Apple users, but it also come along with low battery life problem. Sometimes you even find that your iPhone 6 Plus are frozen under the low battery situation. For this situation, here are several useful tips to improve iPhone battery life and fix the screen frozen problem.

1. Check for software problems

  • Check battery usage: Some apps or system service are using power all the time, obviously there are something wrong with the ones using the most power and we should shut them down.
  • Restart your iPhone 6 Plus: There could be a rogue process or something else doing what it shouldn't be doing, and a restart can often fix that.
  • Update your iPhone with the latest software: The old version of apps may have some bugs which will consume the battery power, so you need to upgrade your software to the newest version in time.

2. Reinstall or update iOS

If you don’t install the new iOS completely, the system may consume more power, so you may need to reinstall or update iOS on your iPhone 6 Plus.

3. Lock iPhone when necessary

If you do not use iPhone, you can press the Sleep/Wake button to lock your device, or set the interval to a short time to set the Aoto-Lock interval. It will extend your battery life.

4. Organize your iPhone Settings

  • Adjust brightness: Settings > Brightness & Wallpaper
  • Turn off Bluetooth: Settings > Bluetooth
  • Turn off push mail: Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data
  • Turn off internet connection: Settings > General > Cellular > Slide Enable 3G/LTE 
  • Turn off push notifications: Settings > Notifications
  • Turn off location services: Settings > Privacy > Location Services

If you have exhausted all of the methods mentioned above and the screen of your iPhone 6 Plus still frozen, the problem could be hardware related. But in most cases, the solutions above can avoid your iPhone 6 Plus screen frozen because of low battery.