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You'll admit it. Though how and where you can get data backed up is changing rapidly, creating a copy of your iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) using computer is still the most tried-and-true way to secure all the files and information against accidental loss and other bad mojo. Investing in such a decades-old backup regime can also allow you to gain full control of the data backups in your possessions. If you haven't done it yet, the following four solutions to back up iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) to computer should come into handy, guiding you through the whole process quickly and conveniently.
If you prefer backing up your phone with iCloud, Apple's automated online backup trick that offers 5GB free storage, just follow the steps in this support article. Should you need to restore your device from a backup in iCloud or on your computer, click here to learn more details.
Back up iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) to a Computer (Mac or PC)
One thing that the four approaches here have in common is that the backup storage only depends on the available gigs that your computer spare. In addition to backing up iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro (Max) to computer running Windows or macOS, you can also expect to copy data from other iPhone models, iPad, iPod, and more into a machine using the same instructions below.
1. iTunes (For a PC or a Mac with macOS Mojave 10.14 or earlier)
It seems challenging to back up everything from iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) to a computer, but iTunes just makes it in one click without costing you a dime. Whether you activate the password encryption for the entire local backups or not, the more data you've stored on the device, the longer the period of time needed for making a backup of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) with computer using iTunes will be.
Now, update iTunes to the most recent version in your PC or Mac with macOS Mojave 10.14 or older. If your Mac is running macOS Catalina 10.15 or newer, move down to the next method.
When it's over, there'll be a message stating the date and time of the latest backup you've made to this computer on the lower right of the "Backups" section. If you need to locate the previous iTunes backups, go to Edit > Preferences > Devices in a PC or Preferences > Devices in a Mac with Mojave or older, then hover the mouse pointer over the desired backup(s) for detailed information.
Though, there's still a chance that the iTunes fails to work and ends up with:
If this is the case for you, walk through this Apple's support document to iron out the issue.
2. Finder (For a Mac with macOS Catalina 10.15 or later)
What if you're using an iMac (Pro) or a MacBook (Air, Pro) that has upgraded to macOS Catalina 10.15 or newer version? You can still have a copy of data and information from iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) on computer for free, but it's done through Finder rather than iTunes.
Similar to iTunes, Finder also offers supports to safeguard the iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) backups on computer with the "Encrypt local backup" function, ensuring that only authorized personnel can access or restore the archives.
Move on to find the iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) backups stored in a computer:
3. iOS Data Backup & Restore
As stated above, iTunes and Finder only focus on doing an entire backup of iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) on PC or Mac. If all that concerns you is the fine-tuned backup configurations, then iOS Data Backup & Restore is the perfect weapon of choice.
The concept behind this robust iOS data archiving tool is simple: a cross-platform desktop backup utility that performs the local backup task for imaging the whole device or taking a snapshot of only fond type(s) of data within either "Standard backup" or "Encrypted backup" mode. That's not all. You can also access and browse to the backed-up iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) data on computer without using the phone or restoring the files, be it the photos in Camera Roll, app videos, call history, or more.
The following wizard will take a PC as example to outline how to make iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) backups using computer with this software, which is basically the same with doing that in a Mac computer.
4. Phone Transfer
Compatible with both Windows and macOS computer, Phone Transfer is another powerful backup strategy that you can't let slip. During transferring data from iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) to PCs or Macs to do a backup, it'll detail the number of files behind each scanned data category, making you clear on what and how many items to be backed up.
Here's a dedicated guide on easily get photos, messages, call logs, music, etc. backed up from iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) into desktop & laptop:
It may take 15 minutes or more to load all supportable data categories completely. You can get a cup of coffee while waiting.