A backup is a snapshot of the current state of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. When you back up your device, your data is safe.
With a backup, you can:
iTunes only keeps one current backup per device. Every time you back up your device, your last backup is overwritten, potentially resulting in data loss.
iMazing 2 archives your backups automatically, a unique solution that is comparable to a Time Machine for your device. Disk usage is optimized so that you can easily keep dozens of backups.
|Only one backup per device||Only one backup per device||Unlimited Backup Archival|
|Cannot browse backup content||Cannot browse backup content||Fully fledged backup browser and editor|
|Cloud storage||Local storage in default drive only||Local storage in any user defined drive|
|Storage costs after 5GB||No storage costs||No storage costs|
Download and install iMazing on your Mac or PC computer
To backup your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch:
- Once a wizard operation has started you can return to iMazing by clicking the Close Window button.
- You can check the status of your operations by clicking the Operations button in the upper toolbar.
The Backup Wizard guides you through the backup process and offers various options:
You can modify these settings later at any time from the Device Options Window:
All past versions of your backup are accessible from the Backups List Window.
To access the Backups List click backups button in the upper toolbar.
Learn more about the Backups List.
If you enable backup encryption, all further backups, whether they are made with iTunes or iMazing, will be encrypted. Forgetting your encryption password will cause major hassles. Be cautious when activating encryption!
Backups do not include your iTunes Media Library (iTunes U, Podcasts, Ringtones, Videos, iBooks and Music).