It’s generally recommended to back up your iPhone data before transferring or performing any significant updates or changes to your device. Backing up your iPhone ensures that you have a copy of your data, settings, and apps in case anything goes wrong during the transfer process. It also helps you recover your data if your device is lost, stolen, or experiences a malfunction.
Here’s how to back up your iPhone data using iCloud (requires an active internet connection):
Once you have a backup, you can proceed with your transfer or any other changes to your iPhone with the peace of mind that your data is safely stored. In addition, if you don’t have enough iCloud storage space to make a full iPhone backup, here FoneTool is a good alternative way to back up and also transfer your iPhone data to your PC without worrying about data loss.
All-in-one mobile data manager helps you backup, transfer, manage data on your iOS and Android devices quickly and easily.
1First connect your iPhone to your PC > Launch FoneTool > Locate the option labeled Phone Transfer > Select iPhone to PC and click Start Transfer.
2Locate the "+" icon, which allows you to select the exact data you want to transfer > Once you have made your selection, click OK to confirm your choice.
3Specify the destination path where the transferred files will be stored > Confirm your selection and start the transfer process by clicking Start Transfer.
How do I share things between two iPhones? Well, this post will show you easy ways to accomplish this task.
Can Apple transfer data without iCloud? Yes! This post will show you how to move your iOS data with iTunes and other alternative ways.
How long should Apple transfer take? It may depend on the specific files of transfer. Read on to learn more!