Enigma Recovery™ computer software
The inbuilt instant message iMessage (IM) is a service that allows you to message other iPhone users for free. While text messages are sent through cellular towers, iMessage uses WiFi or your iPhone data connection to send messages. Accidentally deleting these items from your iPhone Messages app is easily done. In fact, it’s a common occurrence with touch screen devices if you wish you can adjust the 3D touch sensitivity in
Settings > General > Accessibility.
To recover accidentally or purposefully deleted iMessages, there is a 6-step tutorial you can complete using the third-party helper Enigma Recovery.
iTunes or iCloud
Without using a third-party provider, you can choose to complete an iPhone restore with iTunes or iCloud. If you backed up your phone to iTunes or iCloud between the point of receiving and deleting the retrievable messages, you can perform an iPhone restore to get them back. The iPhone restore will reset your phone back to the point of your last backup. You can do this in iTunes or iCloud.
The risk of performing a restore to recover deleted or lost iPhone files is that you will lose any messages, photos, videos, call logs created since the backup. A way around this is to use the tutorial below using iPhone Data Recovery software.