Data Recovery Software for iPhones

  • Enigma Recovery 100% guarantees that your current settings & content remain safe during the recovery process
  • To recover data the software creates a copy of your smartphone’s database which is transferred to your computer
  • Messages (Including SMS, iMessages and WhatsApp messages), Call History, Contacts, Calendar Events and Notes can be recovered, restored, extracted and transferred
  • Recovered data can be exported to a CSV, Excel or XML file after extraction for easy use

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How to Retrieve Your iPhone Data

Losing your data is one of the most inconvenient and extremely troubling things that can happen to a person today. Maybe you accidentally lost or deleted an important file. Perhaps your phone was stolen or it is damaged beyond repair. No matter what happened to your iPhone, it’s not the end of the world!

Enigma Recovery software is the ideal solution for someone that wants their data back quickly, safely and securely. You can either recover data directly from your phone, or you can restore data from a backup file if your phone is lost, stolen or too damaged. The data that is found can be exported to a CSV, Excel or XML file and your photos and videos can be exported directly to your computer. The software is compatible with iPhones using up to iOS 10 and can recover a variety of file types. Learn more about how to recover, restore, extract and transfer your iPhone files by selecting the file type to the left and reading the tutorials.

Retrieve Your iPhone’s Text Messages

There’s nothing worse than the sinking feeling you get after losing something important, except maybe the thought of never getting it back! As text messaging overtakes voice calling as the dominant form of communication, it’s no surprise that a good chunk of our most valuable iPhone data lies within our Messages app. It’s where we store business information, addresses, invitations, sentimental conversations, birthday messages, and sometimes love sonnets!

The majority of iPhone users believe that once you have deleted text messages they are gone forever. Well that’s simply not true, so spread the word! Deleted SMS text messages can be retrieved from your iPhone backup, or recovered straight from your iOS device (tutorial below).

Enigma Recovery, created by our in house team of developers, is an advanced data recovery program for iPhones, iPads, Android devices, SD cards and other storage devices.

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It is designed to mirror rather than extract deleted data from your device, allowing you to recover deleted files in minutes without the risk of any damage to your device.

Our software can recover lost, deleted and hidden data from all iOS devices, including photos and videos! It will also help those who have accidentally deleted messages, contacts, notes, calendar entries and more. Now with the iOS Restore app, once you’ve recovered deleted data, you can send it to your Apple device or another device without performing a full iTunes or iCloud restore.

We provide the safest and easiest iOS data recovery method, promising no damage to your devices or existing iOS data. Download Enigma Recovery now and follow the steps below, to learn how you can recover, restore, backup and transfer deleted or lost messages from your iPhone.

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Deleted & Existing Text Messages From iPhone

We’ve heard just about every single iPhone woe, from a technical default to accidentally baking a smartphone into a cake! So if you’re wondering how to recover deleted iPhone text messages, you’ve come to the right place.

Accidentally deleting text messages from your iPhone is becoming a fairly common problem. Whether it’s from pressing delete on the wrong message, or whether your device has fallen prey to mischievous little hands that have poked, prodded and deleted important text messages from your iPhone.

I know what you’re thinking’Why Me? So the answer to the impending question ‘can I recover deleted iPhone text messages’, in short, is yes! Enigma Recovery has helped thousands upon thousands recover their iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch data. There is a simple, safe recovery method available for you to retrieve deleted text messages.

Not all methods of recovery are entirely safe for your device. Some end up erasing more data from your iPhone. Thankfully, there is a safe way to retrieve deleted text messages without any risk of damage to your iPhone, or your existing iOS data. Recover deleted messages on your iPhone the safe way by choosing this method right here!

Instead of extracting your data, Enigma Recovery creates a copy of your iPhone database. During the scan both existing messages and deleted messages will be recovered and revealed to you afterwards. Follow the steps below to learn how to recover deleted messages from your iPhone.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB cable
  3. A laptop or computer
  4. The free or full version of Enigma Recovery (click the correct download link above)

Follow these steps

Step 1 – Open Enigma Recovery

Open Enigma recovery select iOS

Open the software and select a device to recover from (iOS).

Step 2 – Connect iPhone

Connect your iPhone

Now connect your iPhone to the computer, using your USB cable.

Step 3 – Trust computer

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Follow the instructions that appear to ‘Trust’ the computer with your iPhone.

Step 4 – Scan iPhone

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Select the data type you are looking for (Messages or Select all). Then click “Start scan”.

Step 5 – Scan Report

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After the scan, the software will let you know how many existing and deleted files have been found. Click ‘Messages’ to view your recovered messages.

Step 6 – See deleted iPhone messages

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The main screen will now display all the existing and deleted messages from your device. Deleted messages can be restored to your handset or exported to the computer in Excel, CSV or XML format.

Step 7 (optional) – Export messages

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Select the messages you wish to save click ‘Export’ and choose ‘Export selected data only’. Or to save all messages, select “Export” and “Export current tab”.

That’s it!

We hope you’ve had success retrieving your data. If you have any questions, please contact our support team here. We’re always happy to help!

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Retrieve Your iMessages

Are you looking to recover iMessages on your iPhone? The difference between text messages and iMessages is highlighted in your Messages app, by varying colours. General SMS text messages appear in green. They are messages that are transported through cellular towers and charged by your network provider.

Much like phone calls. iMessages are coloured blue and, represent Apple’s own instant messaging service. iMessaging uses WiFi or your 3G/4G data connection, to send messages solely between iOS devices.

They are sent much faster than text messages however if you do not have a WiFi connection, the service does use up your data.

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As an iPhone user you may also be wondering if it’s possible to recover deleted iMessages, as well as deleted text messages. The primary difference between text messages and iMessages is whether they are sent using an internet connection, or through a cellular tower.

Thankfully that is where the differences end concerning data recovery. They are both deleted in the same manner. Rest assured, the frustration of accidentally deleting a text message is exactly the same when deleting an iMessage!

Locating your deleted text messages with Enigma Recovery is exactly the same as recovering your deleted iMessages ‘ very simple, and risk-free. Keep reading to find out how to recover, restore, backup and transfer iMessages and text messages.

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Existing & Deleted iMessages From Your iPhone

Sending iMessages is a great way for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users to communicate free of charge while connected to WiFi. It’s also a great way to freely send photos, videos, locations and contacts. That’s why it sucks so much when you accidentally deleted them!

In order to recover deleted iMessages, we recommend that you stop using your device until the iMessages have been retrieved and recovered. I know it’s hard however, your chances of recovering more data will increase.

When you delete iMessages from your iPad or iPhone, the messages still remain on the database of the device for a certain amount of time. However, as you continue to use the handset or your tablet, deleted data is overwritten.

Enigma Recovery offers a safe recovery method for your iPhone as it will not interfere with the phone’s internal memory. In order to retrieve iPhone data, the software will simply copy the device database to your computer or laptop. Your device contents and settings will be protected throughout.

The software will also give you the option to scan an iPhone backup file located on your PC, to find even more messages. If you have ever synced your device to iTunes in the past, you should have a backup of your data on your computer. This is called a backup file. Enigma Recovery can help you to recover messages, photos, videos, WhatsApp, contacts and more from this iPhone backup file. So if you are unable to recover the desired data from your iPhone, try scanning your iPhone backup!

Read the tutorial below to see how you can recover lost or deleted iMessages, and other data types from your iPhone.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB cable
  3. The trial/full version of Enigma Recovery

Follow these steps

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Retrieve Your iPhone Call History

If your iPhone call history has gone missing from your device, there is a chance that it may have been accidentally deleted. You can recover those call logs in two ways. The first is to recover call history from iPhone, and the second is to extract call history from your iPhone backup file. The second option can be done if you have ever synced your iPhone to iTunes before. The tricky part is that you would have had to sync the phone before the calls were deleted. This way, they would still be in the iPhone backup file.

Enigma Recovery is able to recover deleted iPhone data using your computer. After one simple scan the program is able to recover your: Call history, Text Messages, Photos, iMessages, Contacts, Videos, Notes, WhatsApp messages and Calendar events.

If you’re device is ever lost, stolen or badly damaged, Enigma Recovery can also help get your data back via your device backup created in iTunes. In addition to this, it can recover deleted files straight from the device and restore deleted data back to any iOS Apple device, through the Restore app.

It is the most recommended iPhone data recovery solution as it copies rather than extracts data from your iPhone, ensuring no damage to your device or its contents.

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Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Deleted & Existing Call History From Your iPhone

There are three common ways in which the call history can be deleted from your iPhone:

  1. After an iOS software update
  2. By accidentally pressing delete
  3. By deleting a number thinking it is no longer needed, and later realising that it is!

iPhone users with a missing call history often need to recover deleted call logs to retrieve unsaved or important numbers. Other times, deleted call logs are needed for legal reasons or for record-keeping purposes. Whether you fall into the former, the latter or any other category of need, we are here to help you learn how to recover deleted calls on your iPhone.

Enigma Recovery is a data recovery software designed to recover lost, deleted and hidden data from all iOS devices and other smartphones, without any risk of damage to your device or existing iOS data. It is the safest and the easiest iOS data recovery method, because it is designed to mirror rather than extract deleted data from your device.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB lead cable
  3. The free/full version of Enigma Recovery

Follow these steps

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Retrieve Your iPhone Notes

The iPhone Notes app is ‘THE’ tool for jotting things down without creating a paper trail. Most popularly the Notes application is used for creating lists, composing letters, recording ideas, drafting essays, writing speeches and note taking. Just like a digital post-it pad, your iPhone Notes can accumulate a wealth of valuable and essential information.

After you delete an important item from your computer, laptop, tablet or phone that awful sinking feeling of dread and fear always follows as you speculate whether there is a way to ‘undo’ what you have done. You may even look for a way to retrieve it yourself, with the iPhone however there aren’t really that many areas to look for deleted files.

When you accidentally delete notes from your iPhone, it’s important to know they are not gone forever. Deleted iPhone notes can be recovered directly from your iPhone or from an iPhone backup, created each time your sync your phone to iTunes.

The important thing is not to panic if you’re missing important files like the ones below:

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  • Essays
  • Meeting notes
  • Brainstorms
  • Vital lists
  • Addresses
  • Other important information created in your Notes application

Not all methods of recovery are entirely safe for your iPhone, and cannot verify that you will be able to recover all of the files you need. Some can even cause you to lose more of your iOS data. Ensure your iPhone remains protected throughout its data recovery by choosing the Enigma Recovery software. You can follow the easy tutorials on how to recover, restore, transfer and backup your iPhone notes.

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Deleted & Existing Notes From Your iPhone

Fortunately, when you do delete messages, contacts, notes and more from your iPhone, these items actually do still remain on the phone’s database and are re-written as you continue to use your phone, creating new data. In effect, the new data replaces the old. That is why it’s good to stop using your iPhone once you discover that you have accidentally deleted your data. This way the chances of you recovering all the data you need increases.

If you have any ‘accidentally deleted’ or ‘purposefully deleted’ Notes you’re itching to recover from your iPhone, follow the easy steps below to recover deleted notes from your iPhone. Or you may want to extract notes from an iTunes backup file, created with your iPhone or another iOS device (read below tutorials for this information).

Enigma Recovery is a data recovery software designed to recover lost, deleted and hidden data from iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) and iOS backup files. Now with the brand new Restore app, you can restore deleted data to your device once it has been recovered in the Enigma Recovery software.

Throughout recovery the software guarantees no damage to your device, or your existing iOS data. It is the safest and easiest iOS data recovery method, because it is designed to mirror rather than extract deleted data from your device. Our software can also recover Notes from iPhone backup, helping those whose devices have been misplaced, stolen or damaged beyond repair.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB lead cable
  3. The latest version of iTunes installed to your laptop or PC
  4. The free/full version of Enigma Recovery (click the correct download button for your computer operating system)

Follow these steps

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Retrieve Your iPhone Contacts

Losing all your iPhone contacts is one of the most frightening things that can happen for an iPhone user. Physical address books continue to become less popular as we head further into the era of technological takeover! The first thing you reach for now when exchanging contact details with someone, is your smartphone.

If you are the unfortunate victim of a failed iOS update or an incomplete iPhone sync that has left you with little to no contacts left on your device, do not worry ‘ we are here to help! There are two ways to recover deleted contacts from an iPhone. Option one is to recover straight from the iPhone, and option two is to recover contacts from an iPhone backup file.

It’s important to note that not all iPhone recovery techniques are entirely safe for your device, and cannot ensure that you’ll be able to recover all of the contact details you need. Some can even cause you to lose more of your iOS data. Ensure your iPhone data remains protected throughout recovery by using Enigma Recovery, and following one of the tutorials below.

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Enigma Recovery is a great software to have on your laptop or PC. It allows you to transfer iPhone data to your computer, but also recovers deleted iOS data, Android data and SD card data straight from your device. If your phone ever goes missing or is stolen or badly damaged, the software can also extract your iPhone backup file, issuing you with all your lost: Contacts, Messages, WhatsApp Chat, Notes, Call History and Calendar Events.

Download Enigma Recovery now to recover and restore iPhone data as well as backup and transfer iPhone contacts to your computer!

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Deleted & Existing Contacts From Your iPhone

Over the past 3-4 years our software has helped thousands upon thousands of customers recover deleted iPhone contacts, text messages, notes and more from their devices and backup files with triumphant relief! There are four common causes for lost and deleted iPhone contacts:

  1. A software update has deleted contacts and other iOS data from your iPhone
  2. An iTunes sync has wiped all contacts from your device
  3. An ordinary iTunes/iCloud restore has erased contacts and other data from the phone
  4. You or someone else has accidentally deleted contacts from your phone.

When these instances occur, most people are unaware their deleted data can actually be recovered. So spread the word, iPhone data recovery is possible!

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB lead cable
  3. Your laptop or PC
  4. The free/full version of Enigma Recovery (click the download button above according to your specific operating system)

Follow these steps

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How to Retrieve Your iPhone WhatsApp Messages

Right now WhatsApp is one of the hottest mobile apps in the world, with roughly 1 billion active users! Many iPhone users believe the best way to engage in photo sharing, video sharing and group chat is through WhatsApp messaging, where file sharing is free for users. Over 700 million photos and 100 million videos are shared daily through this app!

Group messages, work conversations and many other everyday interactions are now taking place via WhatsApp. The process to recover deleted WhatsApp messages is now almost as sought-after as the process to recover deleted text messages!

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It can be devastating to accidentally delete messages, shared photos, videos and funny memes. Don’t let them slip through your fingers! Follow the instructions below to recover deleted WhatsApp messages and attachments from your iPhone.

Not all methods of recovery are entirely safe for your iPhone, and not all can verify that you’ll be able to recover all the WhatsApp data you need. However we can! We can say confidently that our iPhone recovery method is 100% safe to use. Ensure your iPhone data remains protected throughout recovery by choosing Enigma Recovery. Follow the tutorials below to use the software.

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Deleted & Existing WhatsApp Messages From Your iPhone

In February 2016, WhatsApp announced it now has 1 billion monthly active users. The popularity of WhatsApp stems from its ability to let us send free messages, and who doesn’t love a freebie? It provides a free messaging service, unless you choose to send messages or items while you are not connected to WiFi, in which case, you would be spending your mobile data. When connected to WiFi, it’s also free to send and receive photos, videos and audio files.

If the messages, photos or videos you are trying to recover have been sent or received through your WhatsApp app, they can still be retrieved. Simply scan your iPhone in the Enigma Recovery to recover them! In addition to deleted iPhone messages, contacts, photos and videos, the software can also recover your deleted WhatsApp history (attachments included).

Follow the steps below to recover deleted WhatsApp messages and more from your iPhone.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB lead cable
  3. The Enigma Recovery software (click the download button above according to your computer’s operating system)

Follow these steps

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Retrieve iPhone Calendar Events

Many of us rely on our iPhone calendar to schedule the important moments in our lives ‘ business meetings, family birthdays and important deadlines, to name a few. Often this is the only record of our schedules we keep. After all, who puts pen to paper anymore right?

The iPhone Calendar app can be synced with a number of mail accounts, including Outlook, Hotmail, Yahoo, AOL and iCloud. You can also sync your iPhone calendar with Facebook, so your events from the social media site will be shown in your calendar app. The convenience of being able to sync all of your important events and dates together in one place makes the calendar app much more efficient than a physical written calendar.

You can recover, restore and transfer deleted iPhone calendar events quite simply, and the tutorial below will teach you how! If you have accidentally deleted calendar events through an iOS update, a touch screen error, or an iPhone crash, you can complete the steps below to recover them.

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The software is a piece of cake to use. It has been developed for almost anyone, and includes internal instructions to help guide you through each step. We are also on hand just in case you need any extra help transferring, recovering or restoring your data: support@enigma-recovery.com. Follow the steps below to recover, restore, transfer and retrieve deleted calendar entries from your iPhone and backup files.

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Deleted & Existing Calendar Events From Your iPhone

After a failed iOS update, dodgy iTunes backup or a touch-screen ‘blip’, many of us can lose important data from our iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices. What many people don’t know is that the majority of those deleted items still remain on the phone’s internal database, and can be recovered and restored in a two part process. The tutorial below details part one of the recover and restore method.

You’ll be happy to know there are two potential ways to complete part one and recover deleted calendar entries on your iPhone. The first method involves recovering calendar events directly from your iPhone. This method is ideal if you do not have an iTunes backup file, or have not synced your iPhone with iTunes before you deleted your calendar data. Retrieving calendar events from your backup files is the other; you can learn more about this process in the section below.

Enigma Recovery is a data recovery software designed to recover lost, deleted and hidden data from all iOS devices, without any risk of damage to your device or your existing iOS data. It is the safest and easiest iOS data recovery method, because it is designed to mirror rather than extract deleted data from your device, guaranteeing no harm is done.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Enigma Recovery software (click the download button above according to the operating system on your laptop/PC)
  3. A PC or Mac computer
  4. A USB cable to connect your device to your computer

Follow these steps

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Retrieve iPhone Videos

Woops! Have you just accidentally deleted a really precious video from your iPhone? Accidentally deleting videos from an iPhone is quite a common blunder. To ease your mind right away, there are ways to recover deleted videos from your iPhone.

After mistakenly or intentionally ‘pressing delete’ to make room on your iPhone, or to get rid of that darned ‘Storage Almost Full’ message, there are a few ways you can get that deleted video back:

  • Transfer videos from your Recently Deleted folder to your computer
  • Recover deleted videos from your iPhone backup file
  • Recover deleted videos from your iCloud backup file

The guides below will tell you how to retrieve deleted videos from an iPhone. Each caters to both Windows and Mac operating system users (to complete the tutorials below you will need a laptop or computer).

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See if you can get your videos back by trying one of our iPhone video recovery options below.

Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Recover Existing Videos From Your iPhone

The iPhone camera is now capable of taking 4K high resolution videos, and has been deemed the most popular camera in the world. No statistics have been presented, but this may well be true; each new iPhone model does produce an improved camera.

Recording moments and has become a much simpler process since the rise of the smartphone! It’s the most convenient device to whip out and capture a memory. That’s why it’s so devastating when we accidentally delete valued videos.

Ever accidentally deleted a video from your iPhone? Learn how you can recover deleted iPhone videos from the tutorial below. Scroll down to extract deleted iPhone videos.

From within your Recently Deleted folder you can hit ‘Recover’ and transfer your deleted videos back to the Camera Roll. Or if you would like to go one better, you can export deleted videos from your Recently Deleted folder straight to your laptop or computer. The guide below will show you how.

Enigma Recovery is designed to retrieve lost, deleted and hidden data from iOS devices. After copying your iOS data, the program displays existing and deleted data from your device or backup file, effectively eliminating the fear of accidentally deleting data like text messages, iMessages, photos, videos and more.

You Will Need:

  1. Your iPhone
  2. Your iPhone USB cable
  3. The Enigma Recovery software (download links above)

Follow these steps

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How to Retrieve Internet Browsing History From Your iPhone

Over the past few years mobile and tablet web browsing has seen a surge in popularity. Last year a whopping 80% of the world’s population had crossed the barrier into mobile internet computing. We access the internet on our smartphones or tablets when we’re working, shopping, travelling, or simply when in search of entertainment.

If you’re looking for a way to transfer your mobile web history to your laptop/PC to create a more cohesive internet surfing experience, or whether you would just like to view it, you can do so right here! Follow the simple guide below to retrieve internet history on your iPhone. Alternatively, if your device is missing or an iOS update has caused your vitally important iPhone data to be erased, you can retrieve your iPhone internet history from your iPhone backup file.

Ensure your iPhone data remains protected throughout recovery by choosing the method below. Not all methods of recovery available online are entirely safe for your iPhone, and cannot verify that you will be able to recover all of the information you need.

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Software Compatible With:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 4s
  • Devices using iOS 6 up to iOS 10

How to Extract Existing Internet Browsing History from Your iPhone

Safari is arguably the most convenient web browser for iPhones and iPads. Aside from the fact that it is the default web browser built into every iOS device, it can also successfully sync with your Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer bookmarks. If you do a lot of browsing on Safari and would like to view your internet history, there is a way to extract your safari internet history from any iOS device.

Enigma Recovery is a data recovery software designed to recover lost, deleted and hidden data from all iOS devices. Compatible devices include iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch devices, Android, SD cards and iTunes backup files. The software provides the safest and easiest iOS data recovery method, as it is designed to mirror deleted data from your device to recover it, guaranteeing no harm is done.

Our software can also retrieve iOS data straight from your iPhone backup, helping those whose devices have been misplaced, stolen or damaged beyond repair. Follow the steps below to learn how to extract the internet history on your iPhone.

Enigma Recovery offers a safe recovery method for your iPhone as it will not interfere with the phone’s internal memory. In order to retrieve iPhone data, the software will simply copy the device database to your computer or laptop. Your device contents and settings will be protected throughout.

You Will Need:

  1. A computer or laptop
  2. Your iPhone
  3. Your iPhone USB lead cable
  4. The desktop Enigma Recovery software (Click the download button above according to the operating system on your laptop/PC)

Follow these steps

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How to Recover, Transfer, Restore, & Backup iPhone Data

Select your phone model from the list on the left to learn more about your device. Read the specification of your device to make sure that it is supported by our Enigma Recovery Software.

The Enigma Recovery software can only recover, restore, extract and transfer data from devices that have iOS 6 or higher installed. If your device has an older version of the iOS software installed, feel free to visit our blog and resources section to learn more about data recovery.

Enigma Recovery software is compatible with iPhones running iOS 6 and higher.

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iPhone

The original iPhone was released by Apple in June 2007 with the first version of the iOS software (which can only be updated to the iOS 3.1.3 version of the software). The phone weighs 135g (4.76oz), is 115mm tall, 61mm wide and 11.6mm thick (4.53 x 2.40 x 0.46 inches). The first iPhone comes with a 3.5-inch TFT touchscreen display, which can be considered a small smartphone screen in comparison to other models, has a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and a 165 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone comes with a 412 MHz processor and storage options of 4, 8 or 16GB. Additionally, the iPhone’s non-removable Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) battery allows for up to 8 hours of talk time and a stand-by time of up to 250 hours (over 10 days).

Learn more about all the file types that you can extract, transfer and recover from your iPhone in the section below.

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iPhone 3G

The iPhone 3G was released by Apple in July 2008 with the iOS software (which can only be updated to the iOS 4.2.1 version). The device weighs 133g (4.69oz), is 115.5mm tall, 62.1mm wide and 12.3mm thick (4.55 x 2.44 x 0.48 inches). The TFT touchscreen display on the iPhone 3G is 3.5-inches, has a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and a 165 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 3G contains a 412 MHz processor, 128MB of RAM and internal memory options of 8 or 16GB. The iPhone 3G’s non-removable Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) battery provides the device with up to 300 hours (12.5 days) of stand-by time and up to 10 hours of talk time.

The section below offers more information on all the different file types that can be recovered, transferred and extracted from your iPhone 3G.

iphone 3gs

iPhone 3GS

Apple released the iPhone 3GS in June 2009 with version 3 of the iOS software (which can only be updated to the iOS 6.1.6 version). The phone weighs 135g (4.76oz), is 115.5mm tall, 62.1mm wide and 12.3mm thick (4.55 x 2.44 x 0.48 inches). The TFT touchscreen display measures 3.5-inches, has a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and a 165 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 3GS comes is supplied with a 600 MHz processor, 256MB of RAM and the choice between 8,16 or 32GB in internal storage. The iPhone 3GS’ non-removable Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) battery allows for a talk time of up to 12 hours on the 2G network (5 hours on the 3G network) as well as a stand by time of up to 300 hours (12 and a half days).

Read the section below to find out how you can transfer, extract and restore a number of files from your iPhone 3Gs.

iphone 4

iPhone 4

In June 2010, Apple released the iPhone 4 with version 4 of the iOS software (which can only be updated to the iOS 7.1.1 version). The smartphone weighs 137g (4.83oz), is 115.2mm tall, 58.6mm wide and 10mm thick (4.54 x 2.31 x 0.37 inches). When compared to the previous model, the display was changed from a TFT to an IPS LCD touchscreen display that measures 3.5 inches. The iPhone 4 offers a 640 x 960 pixel resolution and a 330 ppi pixel density, which is a significant improvement from the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3Gs.

Apple’s iPhone 4 comes with a 1.0 GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 8, 16 or 32GB storage options. The non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1420 mAh battery has been tested to give the owner up to 14 hours of talk time on the 2G network (7 hours on the 3G network) and up to 300 hours (12 and a half days) of stand-by time.

Select the file type you need to extract, transfer or recover in the next section to learn more about restoring the data on your iPhone 4.

iphone 4s

iPhone 4s

Apple’s iPhone 4s was released in October 2011 using version 5 of the iOS software (which can be updated to utilize the iOS 10.2 version). The phone weighs 140g (4.94oz), is 115.2mm tall, 58.6mm wide and 10mm thick (4.54 x 2.31 x 0.37 inches). The iPhone 4s has a 3.5 inch IPS LCD touchscreen display, which is a rather small phone screen in comparison to later models. The smartphone has a resolution of 640 x 960 pixels and a 330 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 4s comes equipped with a Dual-core 1.0 GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and internal storage options of 8, 16, 32 or 64GB. The iPhone 4s has a non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1432 mAh battery which results in a tested talk time of up to 14 hours on the 2G network (8 hours on the 3G network) and up to 200 hours (over 8 days) of stand-by time.

If you’ve lost files, messages, contacts or other types of data, learn more about how you can extract, transfer and recover it from your iPhone 4s in the section below.

iphone 5

iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 was launched by Apple in September 2012, utilizing iOS 6 (which can now be updated to use the iOS 10.2 version). The device weighs 112g (3.95oz), is 123.8mm tall, 58.6mm wide and 7.6mm thick (4.87 x 2.31 x 0.30 inches), which is significantly thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4s. The IPS LCD touchscreen display is 4 inches, a slight increase from the iPhone 4 and 4s models, has a resolution of 640 x 1136 pixels and a pixel density of 326 ppi.

Apple’s iPhone 5 includes a Dual-core 1.3 GHz processor, an increase to 1GB of RAM and the internal memory base option was increased to 16GB (with 32 or 64GB storage options available as well). While the iPhone 5’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1440 mAh battery allows for less talk time as the iPhone 4 and 4s (only 8 hours compared to 14), the stand-by time was increased from up to 200 hours (over 8 days) to up to 225 hours (over 9 days). Additional features include the primary 8 MP camera and a secondary, front-facing camera as well.

Learn how you can extract, recover, and transfer the data from your iPhone 5 in the section below.

iphone 5c

iPhone 5c

The iPhone 5c was made public by Apple in September 2013 with iOS 7, but the phone can now be updated to use the iOS 10.2 version of the software. The phone weighs 132 g (4.66 oz), is 124.4 mm tall, 59.2 mm wide and 9mm thick (4.90 x 2.33 x 0.35 inches). The iPhone 5c has a 4-inch IPS LCD touchscreen, a 640 x 1136 pixel resolution and a 326 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 5c comes equipped with a Dual-core 1.3 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and three storage options – 8, 16 or 32GB. The iPhone 5c’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1510 mAh battery results in up to 10 hours of talk time 250 hours (over 10 days) of stand-by time. Additional features include the primary 8 MP camera and a secondary, front camera as well.

Recover, extract and transfer all types of data from your iPhone 5c – learn more below.

iphone 5s

iPhone 5s

The Apple iPhone 5s was released with iOS 7 in September 2013 and can be updated to use iOS 10.2 software currently. The phone weighs 112g (3.95oz), is 123.8mm tall, 58.6mm wide and 7.6mm thick (4.87 x 2.31 x 0.30 inches), significantly lighter than the iPhone 5c and slightly thinner. The 4-inch IPS LCD touchscreen used by the iPhone 5s has a resolution of 640 x 1136 pixels and a 326 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 5s comes with a Dual-core 1.3 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 16, 32 or 64GB internal storage options. The iPhone 5s’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1560 mAh battery allows the device up to 10 hours of talk time and up to 250 hours (over 10 days) of stand-by time. Additional features include the primary 3.15 MP camera and a secondary, front-facing camera as well.

To learn more about the different file types that can be transferred, extracted and recovered from your iPhone 5s, read the next section.

iphone 6

iPhone 6

Apple launched the iPhone 6 in September 2014 with iOS 8 software (which can be updated to use the iOS 10.2 version now). It weighs 129g (4.55oz), is 138.1mm tall, 67mm wide and 6.9mm thick (5.44 x 2.64 x 0.27 inches), a considerable decrease in thickness compared to the iPhone 5 and 5s. The 4.7-inch IPS LCD touchscreen for the iPhone 6 is significantly larger than the 4-inch screens of the iPhone 5 models. While the 326 ppi pixel density remains the same, the iPhone 6 has a resolution of 750 x 1334 pixels, which is slightly better than that of the iPhone 5 models.

Apple’s iPhone 6 comes equipped with a Dual-core 1.4 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 16, 64 or 128GB storage options. The iPhone 6’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1810 mAh battery allows the smartphone to have a talk time of up to 14 hours and a stand-by time of up to 250 hours (over 10 days). Additional features include the primary 5 MP camera and a secondary, front-facing camera as well.

You can restore, transfer and extract a multitude of file types with the Enigma Recovery software. Learn more about data recovery for your iPhone 6 in the section below.

iphone 6 plus

iPhone 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 Plus was released by Apple in September 2014 with version 8 of the iOS software (which can be updated to the latest iOS version). The phone weighs 172g (6.07oz), is 158.1mm tall, 77.8mm wide and 7.1mm thick (6.22 x 3.06 x 0.28 inches), which is considerably taller, wider and heavier than the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 Plus comes with a 5.5-inch IPS LCD touchscreen display, which is another significant increase to the screen size compared to the iPhone 6 and 5c. This model has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and a 401 ppi pixel density, which is used to provide a better viewing experience than the iPhone 6.

Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus is built with a Dual-core 1.4 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and provides three options for internal storage – 16, 64 or 128GB. The iPhone 6 Plus’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 2915 mAh battery allows for the phone to have up to 24 hours of talk time a stand-by time of up to 384 hours (16 days). Additional features include the primary 5 MP camera and a secondary, front-facing camera as well.

To learn more about all the file types that you can transfer, extract, and retrieve from your iPhone 6 Plus, select your file type in the section below.

iphone 6s

iPhone 6s

The iPhone 6s was launched by Apple in September 2015 with iOS 9 (which can be updated to the latest iOS software version). The phone weighs 143 g (5.04 oz), is 138.3 mm tall, 67.1 mm wide and 7.1 mm thick (5.44 x 2.64 x 0.28 inches). The iPhone 6s’ 4.7-inch IPS LCD touchscreen display has a resolution of 750 x 1334 pixels and a 326 ppi pixel density.

The Dual-core 1.84 GHz processor and 2GB of RAM are among the more significant improvements for the iPhone 6. This model also offered the option between 16, 64 or 128GB for internal storage. The iPhone 6s’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1715 mAh battery grants the owner up to 14 hours of talk time and up to 240 hours (10 days) of stand-by time. Additional features include the primary 4 MP camera and a secondary, front-facing camera as well.

Find out how you can recover, restore, extract and transfer your lost or deleted data from your iPhone 6s in the next section.

iphone 6s plus

iPhone 6s Plus

The iPhone 6s Plus was released by Apple in September 2015 with version 9 of the iOS software (which can be updated to the latest iOS software version). The phone weighs 192g (6.77oz), is 158.2mm tall, 77.9mm wide and 7.3mm thick (6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29 inches), which is slightly thicker and heavier than the iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6s Plus has a IPS LCD touchscreen display that measures 5.5 inches, which is the largest screen size for iPhones thus far (including the iPhone 6 Plus), has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and a 401 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 6s Plus comes equipped with a Dual-core 1.84 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and offers 16, 64 or 128GB storage options. The iPhone 6s Plus’ non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 2750 mAh battery allows for up to 24 hours of talk time and a stand-by time of up to 384 hours (16 days). Additional features include the primary 13 MP camera and a secondary, front-facing camera as well.

Discover how you can recover, extract and transfer all types of data from your iPhone 6s Plus in the section below.

iphone se

iPhone SE

The iPhone SE was released by Apple in March 2016 with version 10.2 of the iOS software (which can be updated to the latest version of the iOS software). The phone weighs 113 g (3.99 oz), is 123.8 mm tall, 58.6 mm wide and 7.6 mm thick (4.87 x 2.31 x 0.30 inches). The iPhone SE has a IPS LCD touchscreen display that measures 4.0 inches, which is a much smaller screen size than the past few iPhone models, has a resolution of 640 x 1136 pixels and a 326 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone SE comes equipped with a Dual-core 1.84 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and only two storage options – 16 or 64GB. The iPhone SE’s non-removable Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) 1624 mAh battery allocates up to 14 hours of talk time and up to 240 hours (10 days) of stand-by time. Additional features include the primary 16 MP camera and a front-facing camera as well.

Extract, recover and transfer lost or deleted data from your iPhone SE. Learn more by selecting a file type in the section below.

iphone 7

iPhone 7

The iPhone 7 was launched by Apple in September 2016 with iOS 10 (which can be updated to use the latest version). This phone model weighs 138g (4.87oz), is 138.3mm tall, 67.mm wide and 7.1mm thick (5.44 x 2.64 x 0.28 inches). The iPhone 7 has a multi-touch display with IPS technology. The touchscreen measures 4.7 inches, has a resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels and 326 ppi density.

Apple’s iPhone 7 comes with an A10 64-bit quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and offers 32, 128 or 256GB storage options. The iPhone 7 non-removable Li-Ion (Lithium-ion) battery allows for up to 14 hours talk time, a stand-by time of 240 hours (10 days) 40 hours wireless audio play. Other features include the primary 12PM camera and a secondary 7 MP front-facing camera as well.

Find out how to recover, extract, transfer and restore deleted data from your iPhone 7 after selecting a file type below.

iphone 7

iPhone 7 Plus

The iPhone 7 Plus was released by Apple in September 2016 with version 10 of the iOS software (which can be updated to the latest version of the iOS software). The phone weighs 188g (6.63 oz), is 158.2 mm tall, 77.9 mm wide and 7.3 mm thick (6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29 inches). The iPhone 7 Plus has a has a multi-touch display with IPS technology. The touch screen has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a 401 ppi pixel density.

Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus comes equipped with an A10 quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 32, 128 or 256GB storage options. The iPhone 7 Plus non-removable Li-Ion (Lithium-ion) battery allocates up to 21 hours of talk time, up to 384 hours (16 days) of stand-by time and up to 60 hours wireless audio play. Additional features include the primary 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras and a secondary 7 MP front-facing camera as well.

Learn how to extract, restore, transfer and recover lost data from your iPhone 7 Plus by selecting a file type in the below section.

Deleted data on iPhone

Losing data on your iPhone is an easy thing to do and can happen for a number of reasons. Accidentally deleting something or an iOS upgrade can result in you losing data from your device. Or you may have deleted a file, thinking you wouldn’t need it, but now realise that you do.

The recovery system has been designed and developed to help you get data back from your iOS device, iTunes backup file or iCloud backup file. Once you’ve recovered your data, you can restore it to your device, or export it to your desktop. There are a variety of formats in which you are able to export your data including CSV, PDF and XML.

Existing data on iPhone

The software can also retrieve existing data directly from your iPhone. This is particularly useful if you need to transfer data from your handset or backup file, to your computer in a readable format.

Enigma Recovery is also able to assist you in data recovery if your iPhone is lost or damaged. In these circumstances you may be left wondering how you can get back all of your important data. The software is able to retrieve existing iPhone data from an iTunes or iCloud backup file. If you have created a backup of your phone in iTunes or iCloud, this recovery option will be available to you.

**Enigma Recovery is not compatible with iPhone 3G and below

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