How to Recover Lost or Deleted Notes from iPhone 6s/6s Plus on Mac
Got your new iPhone 6s and enjoyed the great convenience with the new Notes app. Apple adds great features to the new Notes app including adding a photo, map, URL, drawing a sketch with finger, etc. As part of important personal data, it will drive you crazy if you lost them due to iOS update, mistaken deletion, failed jailbreak, factory reset, etc. So how can you recover lost or deleted notes from iPhone 6s/6s Plus?
Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac is the best and reliable data recovery tool for you to recover lost or deleted notes from iPhone 6s/6s Plus on Mac. Even your notes deleted from the "recently deleted folder" can be recovered easily. Now free download and install iPhone Data Recovery on your computer. Windows users download the Win version of Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery.
How to Restore Lost or Deleted Notes from iPhone 6s/6s Plus on Mac
There are 3 modes on iPhone Data Recovery for Mac. Thus you can either recover notes from iPhone 6s (Plus) without backup or retrieve deleted notes on iPhone 6s/6s Plus from iTunes/iCloud backup file.
Below we take “Recover Data from iOS Device” for example telling you how to perform iPhone 6s notes recovery.
Step 1: Run iPhone Data Recovery after installing. Connect your device with your computer via an USB cable. Click “Start Scan” on the main interface.
Step 2: After scanning, the program will list all your existing and lost notes under “Notes” category. You can easily find your lost notes on iPhone 6s/6s Plus.
Step 3: Check the notes you want to recover and click “Recover”. You can either recover lost notes to your iPhone 6s (Plus) or recover lost iPhone notes to local computer.
For how to restore deleted notes on iPhone 6s/6s Plus from iTunes or iCloud backup file, read on iPhone Data Recovery Guide.
Within easy 3 steps, you can undelete note on iPhone 6s (Plus) notes app without any efforts. Not only note, with iPhone Data Recovery, you can recover up to 20 types of iPhone data like contacts, photos, messages, WhatsApp data, etc.