Is it overkill to backup your backups? The answer is no. iPhone theft and iPhone data loss are real and unfortunate events that happen to people every day. That’s why we must stay vigilant and backup our data. To archive or make copies of your iCloud files you will need to use an iOS data recovery software. Third party products for Apple devices help iPhone, iPad and iPod users establish control over their data.
With iOS third party products, you can recover deleted data from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and also create numerous transfer actions for many different files types stored on your device. You can back up the contents of your iCloud backup to the computer so that you can read files, print files or just create an extra backup.
To backup iCloud files to your computer you will need your iCloud login details with you. The tutorial below will help you backup iCloud files to your computer.
From this page download the Enigma Recovery and follow the install instructions that appear. The install will place an Enigma Recovery icon on your desktop.
Once you have logged in, select a backup file that you would like to backup to your computer
The software featured in this tutorial is compatible with both Mac and Windows PC ranging from Windows XP and Mac OS X 10.7 to up to the latest versions. In terms of iCloud specifications, Enigma Recovery is compatible with iCloud version 9.2.
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