How to Updata to iOS 7, and Recover Deleted iPad Data when Upgrade to iOS 7

Apple iOS 7 beta has been released for weeks, it is impressed by brand-new design and smarter features. But do you ever have problems about iOS 7? Such as lost data after upgrade iPad to iOS 7, or restore new iOS 7 iPad from iTunes backup. This article will help you reslove these kind of problems.

What is iOS 7

iOS 7 was unveiled during the opening keynote of Apple’s WWDC on June 10, 2013. Billed as the “biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone”, the most notable change is a complete overhaul of the user interface. In a promotional video shown during the keynote, Ive described the update as “bringing order to complexity”, highlighting features such as refined typography, new icons, translucency, layering and gyroscope-driven parallaxing as some of the major changes to the design. The design of both iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks (version 10.9) noticeably depart from skeuomorphic elements such as green felt in Game Center, wood in Newsstand, and leather in Calendar, in favor of flatter designs.

How to Upgrade iPad to iOS 7 using iTunes

1. Ensure that you’re using the latest version of iTunes.
2. Connect your device to your computer using the included USB cable.
3. After iTunes opens, select your device when it appears in iTunes under Devices.
4. Click “Check for Update” in the Summary pane to check for available updates.
5. If an update is available, iTunes prompts you to download and install the update. Do not disconnect your device until the update has finished.

Upgrade to iOS 7

Upgrade to iOS 7

How to Recover Deleted Files After iOS 7 Updating

1. If you have backed up iPad before upgrade to iOS 7, just restore iPad from iTunes backup.
2. If you didn’t back up iPad, then use third party software to recover lost data when upgrading iPad to iOS 7 for both Windows and Mac OS X.

Mac OS 10.9 Release Data, Features and Rumors

Mac OS 10.9 Release Date

Apple has released announce of next big developers’ event (WWDC): June 10 to June 14 in San Francisco. That means the OS X 10.7 and iOS 7 are coming soon.

Mac OS 10.9 Features Rumors

Mac OS X 10.9 Rumors
1. System Name of 10.9

It was rumoured that Apple could use the name ‘Lynx’, or ‘Cougar’, as Apple has registered those trademarked back in 2003. However, those trademarks were both designated “abandoned” by 2008. In November, AppleScoop cited a “reliable source” who claims to have spoken to someone inside Apple to confirm that OS X 10.9 will be called ‘Lynx’.

2. Improvements of Finder?

Changes to the Finder, bringing features such as browser-style tabbed windows and more easily used tagging (as seen in TotalFinder and Path Finder). According to some commentators, there are bugs that have been lurking in the Finder for years that should be given higher priority than new features, but we’ll see what emerges.

3. Enhancements for Safari?

An update to Safari is also set to take centre stage with a redesigned an improved back end that will see vast speed improvements for users when they are loading pages online.

4. Mac OS X 10.9 will have Siri features?

It is rumored that OS 10.9 has Siri voice command integration that can help users carry out functions using just their voice, like in Apple’s latest iPhones and iPods.

5. Mac OS X 10.9 will have Maps?

Apple is planning to bring its widely criticised Maps service to the Mac with OS X 10.9. Should the mapping service make it through the early stages of development, it could enable developers to embed the maps into their Mac App Store applications using the MapKit framework like the one made available for developers in iOS 6.

iPhone Data Recovery for Mac OS 10.9

It is a litter bit off-topic. But if you are uisng an iPhone and intend to upgrade it to iOS 7. You should have realized that upgrading iOS will cause iPhone data lost. In case of that, I recommend a iPhone data recovery software for Mac OS 10.9. With which you can retrieve deleted photos, contacts, calls and text messages from iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS on Mac OS X.