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If you're not backing up the important files on your iPhone 6s to somewhere safe like a Windows 10 computer, you should be. iOS update and accidental deletions are the concerns that could ruin your valuable data forever such as photos, phone numbers, app data, notes, messages history, and anything else. To keep copies of data in place, we've pulled together and highlighted several methods that you can use to back up iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) on Windows 10 - with or without iTunes, so you can always make sure you can recover data if something goes wrong.
Use iTunes (Free)
iTunes is Apple's built-in solution for backing up information from iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) to Windows 10 desktop & laptop, and you might utilize it as much as possible. All you need is to hook up your phone to the PC and iTunes backs up everything in the phone memory. Note that contents already in iCloud like iCloud Photos, iMessages, and SMS & MMS are not included in iTunes backup.
To locate and see the backup on the computer, head to Edit > Preferences, then click Device tab.
Restoring an iTunes backup to get data back to iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) or another iOS device is easy:
For more information on working with iTunes, we suggest reading Back up your iOS or iPadOS device in iTunes on PC
iTunes backup is easier to set up for archiving data from iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) to Windows 10 computer, but it's also limited. It won't let you see or browse the backed-up files in the copy, and can only be restored all at once. If you're serious about the accessibility and readability of the backup, FoneLab's iOS Data Backup & Restore is the software that you should install.
The toolkit has matured into a truly incredible iOS data management solution. It contains three main features: iOS Data Backup & Restore we'll use to back up files on iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) on Windows 10 PC , iPhone Data Recovery and iOS System Recovery. The backup & restore feature gives you complete control over which kinds of files in the device are scanned and backed up: Photos, App Videos & Audio, Messages & Attachments, Contacts, Notes, Call History, Voice Memos, Safari History & Bookmarks, and many more. All data will be saved on the computer's hard drive after backup process. It also makes the backups easy to restore, so you can quickly bring that older version of stuff back to life.
So you know the basics of iOS Data Backup & Restore and get it installed. But there are some steps that you should know about backing up iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) data on Windows 10 laptop & desktop to make an archive. It's easy to follow and you don't need to tweak any complex settings.
Step 1: Connect iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) to Win 10 PC
Fire up the program on your Windows 10 machine.
In the main screen, click More tools from the left-hand menu.
Then click iOS Data Backup & Restore tab and you're ready to make a backup of iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) on Windows 10 computer.
Next, connect your iPhone to the PC as required, and then choose iOS Data Backup button.
With the iPhone detected, feel free to click Start button. Alternatively, choose "Encrypted backup" to set a password for the backup.
Step 2: Select what you'd like to back up
In the window that opens, choose what you want to back up, and what you don't.
By default, all file types have been checked to back up everything. You could also untick the boxes next to the types of files you'd like to exclude from your backup plan.
Step 3: Back up iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) and save to Windows 10
Now press the Next button. This will bring out a dialog box, from which you can change the output folder to store the iPhone 6/ 6s (Plus) backup on Windows 10 computer.
Afterwards, click Backup button to initiate the backup procedure.
The process will take a few minutes. When it's done, the backed-up data should be saved at a DAT file in the folder you specified. To view the backup file and restore it to the iOS device or to computer: