How to Get Back iOS 10 Disappeared Photos 

“It notice me to update software on my device. but after update to iOS 10.1 today, all of my photos disappeared from my iPhone 6, how can i get back my deleted photos? “

It’s deeply frustrating if you lost all iPhone photos after iOS upgrade. Usually, there are some basic tips that you can have a try to get back disappeared photos after iOS update failure, such as restart iPhone, re-login iCloud account, or turn on your iCloud Photos Stream or iCloud Photo Library. Below we gives you some of these tips.

Get Back Lost Photos from iCloud

Usually, your iPhone photos will be automatically backed up to iCloud if you keep logging into iCloud and turning on My Photo Stream or iCloud Photo Library. You can check whether the photos are stored on your iCloud by logging in iCloud.com.

iOS 10.1 Deleted All Photos

iOS 10.1 Deleted All Photos – Get Back Missing Photos from iCloud.com

If you turn on iCloud Backup under Settings > iCloud > Backup, your device will be automatically backed up to iCloud in some specific condition, which means you have chance to get back photos from your recent iCloud Backup. But before you restore your device from the iCloud backup, you’d better use some iCloud backup viewers to see whether there are some lost photos in the backups.

Get Back Missing Pictures from iTunes Backup

If you are used to running iTunes to backup your iPhone iPad, you are lucky because your missing photos are probably in the backup. And you can restore your device to get back what iOS 10 deleted. Of course, if you want to know what’s in the backups, you can use some top backup viewing tools.

How to Restore from iTunes/iCloud Backup

Apple offers you the details on restoring, you can refer to: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204184

Source: iPhone photos disappeared – iMobie

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