A backup is a snapshot of the current state of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
When you restore a backup, you can:
You can restore your iTunes backup with iCloud, iTunes, or iMazing.
|Restore last backup||Limited restore management||Advanced restore management|
|No restore customisation||No restore customisation||Customise what data is restored|
|Blind restore||Blind restore||Browse backup before restore|
Anyone who wants to restore their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch backup with more control over the process than what is possible with iTunes.
Download and install iMazing.
To restore an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch from a backup:
- Once you've closed the wizard, you can check the process of your backup by clicking the Operations button in iMazing's upper toolbar.
- To restore a backup to multiple devices select the backup in the left sidebar, and choose Restore backup from the Actions Panel.
The Restore Wizard will give you the option to choose multiple targets devices.
Restoring a backup might take some time to complete. To check the operation's status, click on the Operations button in the upper toolbar (see step 8).
Restoring a backup will not change the target device's passcode.
Backups do not include your iTunes Media Library (iTunes U, Podcasts, Ringtones, Videos, iBooks and Music).
For support on iMazing, visit our Support Page.