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We always want to capture the perfect moment save it as our memories. And now days, we capture beautiful and meaningful moments with our iPhones rather than cameras. However, smartphones are not flawless, and we can experience photo loss at any time for any of causes, particularly with the most recent iOS upgrade. Almost every day, data is lost. It is no different when it comes to your iPhone.

Can you recover deleted photos without backup?

Absolutely. You can retrieve your lost photos even if you don’t have an iCloud or iTunes backup. However, the likelihood of recovery varies each instance. In general, if you immediately stopped using your device and sought the assistance of a data recovery tool after experiencing data loss, it will recover more (perhaps all) of your deleted data; however, if you continued to use your device after losing data, there may be a lower chance of recovering your deleted pictures.

Can you recover photos of previous year?

To be honest, it cannot be estimated since you may sometimes recover images that you deleted a long time ago (perhaps last year), but in some cases, you cannot even recover photos that you deleted only a short time ago. Actually, it is entirely dependent on whether or not the photographs have been overwritten. Different data is kept in different ways on the iPhone, so some can be readily wiped while others may be preserved for a longer period of time.

How can you recover photos on iPhone?

In general, if you mistakenly deleted images from your iPhone, you may quickly restore them from the Recently Deleted folder. You may also retrieve irreversibly deleted photographs from a previous backup. Even if you don’t have a backup, you can recover your deleted images using third-party iPhone recovery software.


In many cases you may also mistakenly delete images that you want to retrieve. As a result, when you remove an image, it gets moved to a different photo album in the Photos app named ‘Recently Deleted.’ This folder includes all of the images removed in the last 30 days. These photos will be stored on your iPhone for 30 days before being permanently destroyed. To recover recently deleted images on iPhone, follow the given steps.

  1. Open the Photos app and go to the ‘Recently Deleted’ folder.
  2. Select the images you wish to recover and press the ‘Recover’ button.
  3. The images will be returned to their original albums.

Before trying other methods opt for this option, as there is a high possibility that you may find your deleted images here. If it is more than 30 days then you may look other options for retrieval of your images.


  1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via a USB cord, and then select trust the computer on your iPhone.
  2. In iTunes, click the “Device” icon and select “Summary.”
  3. Select a backup by clicking “Restore Backup.”
  4. Select “Restore” to begin recovering images and other sorts of data from your iPhone.


  1. On your computer go to https://www.icloud.com/.
  2. Enter your username and password to get access.
  3. Select “Photos” on the web page once logged in. Select the “Recently Deleted” album.
  4. You will have a list of images that will be deleted within the next 40 days or less.
  5. Choose the photo we want to recover and click “Recover.”
  6. It will also be restored onto the iPhone once it syncs with the iCloud service again.


1.       TenorshareUltData for iOS

TenorshareUltData is a third-party iOS recovery tool that can recover deleted photographs from your iPhone, even if you’ve entirely wiped them. This recovery software can recover a wide range of file types and formats, including iTunes backup files and iCloud backup files, as well as images. This is without a doubt the simplest and most efficient technique of permanently recovering deleted photographs from an iPhone.

  1.  Install TenorshareUltData.
  2. Connect your iPhone and then choose ‘Recover from iOS Device.’
  3. Select ‘Photos’ and then press the ‘Start Scan’ button.
  4. Choose the photographs you wish to recover and press the ‘Recover’ button.
  5. The chosen photographs will be delivered to your iPhone.

2.       iMyFone D- Back

The iMyFone D-Back iPhone data recovery program is a useful app that can recover deleted data from your iOS device without a backup, including deleted images. It can help restore lost data from iTunes and iCloud backups. Unlike immediately recovering lost photographs from an iCloud or iTunes backup, you may store the recovered photos on your PC using D-Back, so they do not affect the existing data on your device.

  1. Install iMyFone D- Back on your computer.
  2. Recover from iOS device > Start.
  3. Connect your iPhone to the computer, and once the application detects it, just click Next to search for all the images on your iPhone.
  4. Select the data types that you want to restore – in this case, Photo.
  5. When the scan is finished, a window emerges that displays all of the photographs that can be retrieved. Select which photo you require.
  6. You may also select ‘Show only deleted files’ to display only deleted photographs.
  7. After you’ve chosen the photographs you want, click Recover to finish the process.


The drawback of this strategy is that you will have to replace all of your phone’s other stuff – applications, data, text messages, and so on – with an earlier backup, which you may not want to do.

  1. Make sure that you have a complete backup of your iPhone.
  2. Conduct a factory reset and then restore the phone to a backup that includes the photos you lost.
  3. To reset, go to “Settings” > “General” > “Reset.” To reset your iPhone, tap “Erase All Content and Settings.”
  4. Set up your iPhone and, on the Apps & Data page, select “Restore from iCloud Backup.”
  5. Sign in with your Apple ID and then select “Choose backup.”
  6. To restore your iPhone, use the most recent iCloud backup.
  7. Once the restore is complete, check the Photos app to see if the photos you lost were recovered.

Until next time, with another topic. Till then, Toodles.

About the author


Devendra Chande

Devendra is a full-time writer at ConsideringaApple and he is fond of new things in the tech world. He loves to read novels and write poems. This adventure-seeking guy is a hodophile who has an aim to explore all the beautiful mountains, oceans, cultures, traditions, and foods this world has to offer. Since the release of the first iPhone, he believes in Jobs' vision and praises every Apple product.

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