The iPhone 5s camera lens has a larger image sensor, letting each pixel capture more light, a larger aperture to increase light sensitivity, and a dual LED flash that makes photos in the dark better than usual. When taking outdoors wide photos with HDR mode off, iPhone 5S images still looks wonderful. I know you must cherish the photos on iPhone 5s and are eager to know how to recover iPhone 5s photos on Mac if you lost them.
One reliable way to recover photos from iPhone 5s on Mac is to use the iPhone Data Recovery for Mac tool.
iPhone Data Recovery for Mac is a professional data recovery tool for iPhone users to recover deleted images from iPhone 5s on Mac as well as a bunch of other data on iPhone. It's a life saver for users who lost data on iPhone after factory settings reset, iOS update, etc. No matter how you lost your data, you can retrieve 16 types of iPhone data including photos, contacts, call history, text messages, notes, safari, and voice memos. One thing you should note is that it even supports to recovery data directly from iPhone without backup.
You can download it to Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and other Mac computer to have a try. It supports all Mac OS X including OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 and lower. For Windows users, download iPhone Data Recovery instead.
In addition, iPhone Data Recovery for Mac offers a way to recover iPhone 5s camera roll on Mac from iTunes or iCloud backup if you have already backed up or synced iPhone with iTunes/iCloud before your iPhone photos are lost. To do this you need to select "Recover Data from iTunes Backup File" or "Recover Data from iCloud Backup File" mode. The reset steps are quite the same as the above which requires you to scan the backup, and then preview and recover photos.
iPhone 5s comes with a new burst mode that allows you to take up to 10 shots per seconds and make sure you do not miss a moment.
At the bottom right of the lock screen there's a small camera icon. You can flick it up to launch the Camera app. The Volume Up button can be used as a shutter button. Finally, to take a series of burst shots, tap and hold the shutter button onscreen or the Volume Up key. You can also copy a photo from the burst as a separate photo in Camera Roll. To do this, just tap the circle on the lower-right corner of the photo.
You can try these tips all by yourself and use iPhone Data Recovery for Mac to restore iPhone 5s photos without backup on Mac. We'll keep you updated with other iPhone tips and tricks in other posts. You can add our website to your bookmarks if you like our posts.