If you have a sentimental attachment with the data on your iPhone, that will want to perform a backup before upgrading to Apple’s latest iOS update later this month 2017.
While iOS 10.3 promises to deliver a host of new updates, one component could devastate users who do not back up data and files to Apple’s cloud before installing new operating system.
It all has to do with the tech giant introducing a new file system to replace its 29-year-old predecessor known as HFS+.
Your iOS update will automatically convert to the new Apple File System (APFS), but if something goes wrong during the process, your old files could disappear for good because the two file systems are not compatible.
While you will be able return to the old version of iOS, this will require you to reformat your drive, which will delete all of your files on your device — hence the need for the backup.
The update will be better suited to modern computing demands, allowing for stronger encryption, more accurate time stamps and optimization for solid state storage.
The new operating system is also expected to include a Find My Air-Pods feature, hidden keyboards for iPads and minor App Store improvements.
APFS is also tipped to be rolled out across its computers, smart-watches and Apple TVs.
HOW TO BACK UP YOUR DATA WITH ICLOUD CHECK IT OUT :-
- Firstly Connect your device to a Wi-Fi network.
- Then Tap Settings, then scroll down and tap iCloud.
- After Scroll down, tap Backup, and make sure that iCloud Backup is turned on.
- After Tap Back Up Now. Stay connected to your Wi-Fi network until the process completes.
- Now Make sure that the backup finished: Tap Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage, then select your device. The backup should appear in the details with the time and backup size.
HOW TO BACK UP YOUR DATA WITH ITUNES
- Starting Open iTunes and connect your device to your computer.
- Then Select your iPhone, iPad, or iPod when it appears in iTunes.
- If you want to save Health and Activity data from your iOS device or Apple Watch, you need to encrypt your backup: Select the box called Encrypt [device] backup and create a memorable password. If you don’t need to save your Health and Activity data, you can make a backup that isn’t encrypted. Just click Back Up Now.
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5 Things that the apple lover to Know About the iOS 10.3 Update :-
Apple’s has released their new iOS 10.3 beta 6 for iPhone Lovers and developers and today we want to take a close look at everything how the performance of the iOS 10.3 Updates and also we know right now about the the iOS 10.3 update and its release for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iOS 11 rumors are rounding around the Smartphone market and starting to pickup but a release may be is in still a several months away.
iOS 10 is still the focus and Apple is planning at least one more iOS 10 milestone upgrade for 2017.
Apple’s iOS 10.3 update is currently in beta ahead of release and it will be a massive upgrade for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apple 2017.
With an Apple iOS 10.3 release getting closer we want to take a look at everything we currently know about the update, the iOS 10.3 release date and time, and more.
A number of key iOS 10.3 release details remain unconfirmed so this rumor adds in a few things that’s we expect from Apple.
Apple to continue to update this roundup with new details so check back for frequent updates. We should learn more about iOS 10.3 as it progresses through its beta.
If you want to try this and install Apple iOS 10.3 update on your device ahead of the official release date yet to be conformed and you can do that thanks to the iOS 10.3 beta.
Apple’s released its first iOS 10.3 beta to developers and those signed up for the free Beta Software Program.
The company’s Beta Software Program and the iOS 10.3 beta are available to anyone with a working Apple ID.
If you decide to try the Apple iOS 10.3 update before its official release you’ll want to be extremely careful. Early software can cause problems on your device.
Apple is ready to set and rolling out the sixth iOS 10.3 beta for developer testing on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The upcoming software update includes Find My AirPods support, CarPlay improvements, Apple’s new file system, and more.
Apple iOS 10.3 is currently only available in beta for registered developers and apple users and public beta testers. The public beta version of each update usually follows a few days after the developer version if not the same day.
iOS 10.3 is the first version to include Find My AirPods in the Find My iPhone app, Wi-Fi Calling for iCloud-connected devices for Verizon customers, and a new 32-bit alert that suggests iOS 11 could be 64-bit only.
Apple will also introduce a way for developers to reply to app reviews with iOS 10.3, and a new system-wide app review request feature will be added. iOS 10.3 includes iCloud Analytics for the first time as well.
Here are some of the changes and an overview of changes discovered till now:
1.Find My AirPods added to Find My iPhone app easily
2.From Now the Siri support for cricket scores from Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council
3.Apple Safari support for Reduced Motion preference
4.Prominent user security section in Settings app
5.iOS 10.3 uses new Apple File System (APFS) which may free up some space
6.Podcasts app has a widget like Music app, same app design
7.New system level way for developers to request app rating, opt out option in Settings
8.CarPlay status bar has persistent quick access to media, communication, and travel apps for quick switching without accessing the Home screen
9.CarPlay gains quick access to albums from songs in Music, new Up Next screen
10.Weather data in Maps app now has 3D Touch forecast.
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