Posted by Aimee , Jul 03, 2017
With the release of red iPhone 7, many users, especially lady users can't wait to upgrade their iPhone to the latest device. Sometimes, unexpected things would happen to your new iPhone 7, say, you may lose some important phone numbers by accident. It is too late to realize that you didn't make any backup before. The good news is that your phone numbers can be recovered no matter whether you have made some backups or not. Keep reading to know how to get them back and a comprehensive recovery tool will be recommended for you.
If your phone numbers were synced with iCloud, you can sign into iCloud and get them back.
- From the home screen, tap "Settings".
- Scroll to and tap iCloud.
- Enter your Apple ID and password.
- Tap Sign in. If prompted to "Merge with iCloud", tap "Merge". If prompted to "Allow iCloud to Use the Location of your iPhone", tap the preferred option.
- Please ensure that the Contacts switch is ON. And you've now signed into your iCloud account and your contacts will be displayed.
On the contrary, what if you didn't make any backups previously? Well, in this case, you need a professional data recovery tool, RecoveryTool iPhone Data Recovery to help you. As its name suggests, this program can easily and safely recover your contacts and phone numbers from iPhone 7. Follow the steps to check it out.
Step 1: Install this Program and Connect your iPhone to the PC.
After installing iPhone Data Recovery, run it and later you'll see the window shown below. Then connect your iPhone to the PC via USB, select "Data Recovery" and simply click on "Start" to scan it.
Step 2: Preview and Selectively recover data you want from your iPhone
Once the scanning is OK, you can now preview, check and then select which items you want to recover. After selecting, tap on "Recover" to save what you want to your PC.
Actually, with iPhone Data Recovery, you can also recover other data like SMS, notes, call history, photos, music and more from your red iPhone 7. So why not download it to have a try?