Frequent end-user complaints when using iCloud backup, they lose data information while restoring iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Here we will explain some things that need to be checked:
- Verify the veracity of the Apple ID password, if one of the apps requests it during the recovery process.
- Be sure to include the type of information lost on iCloud Backup
- When logged into iCloud Make sure you properly restore iOS devices from iCloud Backup. This is different from when you recover from an iCloud Backup.
- learn what to do If the recovery process takes a long time or if you receive an error message
- You can also check if you have an iTunes backup that may contain missing data.
- Sometimes the recovery process looks like it’s done, but the device still downloads information in the background.
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About music, apps, movies and TV shows
All content sold by iTunes, the App Store and iBooks purchased by end users will be saved on iCloud. But the iCloud backup only includes information about the content.
Once restored from iCloud Backup, the download will automatically be performed by the iTunes Store, App Store or iBooks Store for content purchased by end users.
If you use facilities in the iCloud photo library, videos and photos will automatically be uploaded to iCloud. But not included in the daily backup.
About iCloud drive
ICloud drive function one of them is a storage media of your document and stored in iCloud
About contact data and calendar
If contacts and calendars are restored from the icloud backup then the old data and settings will be done at the beginning of the process.
Then, iCloud pushes your most recent Calendar and Contacts data to your device, replacing old data. This update happens automatically and usually happens before you see old data.
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