Does iCloud Backup Deleted Photos on iPhone – Get Answer Here

Does iCloud backup deleted photos on iPhone? If you deleted and lost your photos by mistake and want to get them back from iCloud to device, this article will introduce a method to help you solve this problem.

By Gigi Albert | Posted on: May. 04, 2018, Last Updated: Dec. 04, 2018
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“I have an iPhone 6s, my little daughter deleted all of my photos on it unintentionally and I want to restore my iPhone from iCloud backup to retrieve the deleted photos. But does iCloud backup deleted photos on iPhone?” asked by a mother from Apple Community.

Does iCloud Backup Deleted Photos

Does iCloud save deleted photos? It depends on whether you back up your iPhone or not. When you deleted photos from iPhone by mistake, and ask help for Apple, they will ask you have you backed up your iPhone to iCloud? If you have, they will advise you to restore your photos with iCloud backup you had made. If you haven’t backed up your deleted photos, this way must be fit for you: How to Recover Deleted Photos without Backup >

When you retrieve your deleted photos with iCloud backup, you can’t preview photos, so you have no idea if the deleted photos you want were included and what kind of photos will be recovered to your iPhone. Worst of all, your current data will be erased and replaced. You are likely to restore your iPhone at the expense of losing all current data to find a backup that possibly doesn’t contain the deleted photos.

Then you must want to search for some tools to solve these problems, which support previewing all types of files on your device and recover the deleted photos you only want. Actually many third-party software can help you out, such as a professional iOS data recovery tool – PhoneRescue for iOS. Besides previewing data before recovering, PhoneRescue for iOS has many other outstanding features like:

As for recovering photos, it enables you to preview and select the deleted photos before recovering. Through this way, you can precisely recover what you want instead of recovering all photos.

Now, let’s download PhoneRescue for iOS and see how to precisely recover deleted photos that you really want easily and quickly.

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Step 1 Launch PhoneRescue for iOS on your computer (Mac or PC). Connect your iPhone to the computer with USB cable, choose Recover from iCloud and click the Right Arrow button to continue.

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud - Step 1

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 1

Step 2 Sign in your iCloud account and click iCloud Backup.

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 2

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 2

Step 3 Select one iCloud Backup and click Download. Then it would pop up a window to enable you to choose the data you want to recover, please check photos only and click OK to download the backup. After the process is completed, select one iCloud backup and click Next to analyze content in it.

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 3

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 3

Step 4 Select photos on the left side and choose the photos you want to retrieve, then click To Device button to get them back to iPhone or click To Computer button to PC/Mac.

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 4

How to Recover Deleted Photos from iCloud – Step 4

The Bottom Line

After reading this guide about “does iCloud save deleted pictures” and how to recover deleted photos from iCloud with PhoneRescue for iOS, you may already know how to retrieve deleted photos. Moreover, PhoneRescue for iOS can not only help you get deleted photos back, but also can recover deleted files without backup. So why not download PhoneRescue for iOS to recover your deleted photos from iCloud now?

Gigi Albert

Member of iMobie team, a professional editor, is interested in solving iOS & Android related problems by writing various tutorials.