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Recover What You Want Using Dr. Fone

Apple offers two ways to back up and restore your content: using iTunes, or iCloud. I’m not a big fan of iTunes, so I prefer to have my iOS devices set up to automatically store any and all information on my iPhone — pictures, videos, my device settings, whatever — to the iCloud storage I’m paying for. But not everyone wants to pay to upgrade their iCloud storage. So if you’re not paying for iCloud, are you stuck using the iTunes application to back up your iPhone (or iPad, or iPod)?

This review demonstrates an app that provides a different way to recover data from a broken iPhone without having to use iCloud, and with or without using iTunes.

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