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Tenorshare Upgrades iPhone Photo Recovery 4.0.0.0 to be the World's 1st Software Supporting Recovery of Lost iPhone Photos

NEW YORK, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tenorshare Inc., a leading global provider of professional data recovery software, today announced that Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery and Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery for Mac have been improved to recoverlost and deleted iPhone photos. It is the world's first software that overcomes the obstacles to recover lost iPhone photos without backup. In only a few seconds it will help you find hundreds of precious images to save from loss.

More and more people are fond of taking photos with the iPhone for its remarkable camera feature. But losing photos is really painful because there is no second chance to take the same photos. Worse still, no other iPhone data recovery software easily supports recovery of lost photos. This is why Tenorshare has improved its solution for iPhone Data Recovery to recover lost and deleted iPhone photos. No matter how photos get lost; accidental deletion, iOS 7.1 update, jailbreak or factory reset, they can be recovered without any issues.

Benefits found in the upgraded Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery:

  • Recover all photos included on your iPhone -- Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream.
  • Recover App Photos like WhatsApp, Instagram, Flickr, iPhoto, iMovie, Kindle etc.
  • Recover lost photos in crystal-clear quality without any damage.
  • 3 easy steps to recover photos in BMP format: scan – preview – recover.
  • Extract photos from iTunes or iCloud backup file.
  • Compatible with the latest iOS 7.1 and support for iPhone 5s/5c/5/4s/4/3GS.

"Overtaking any other competitors, Tenorshare is the first developer to allow users to recover lost photos directly from iPhone without backup. Our engineers overcame technical challenges to make iPhone photo recovery available and adopted the most advanced technology to let the recovered iPhone photos retain high clarity," said Mike Lee, CEO of Tenorshare.

Besides photos, Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery can also recover contacts, SMS, notes, WhatsApp messages, WhatsApp attachments, voice memos, reminders, call history, SMS attachments, Safari bookmarks, videos and other documents.

More information:
http://www.tenorshare.com/products/iphone-data-recovery-win.html 
http://www.tenorshare.com/products/iphone-data-recovery-mac.html

About Tenorshare:
Tenorshare is one of the world's top software companies providing iPhone utilities, data tools, system utilities, PDF tools, and video tools. Boasting the most comprehensive and innovative software, we've built a reputation for delivering efficient and easy-to-use solutions.

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