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iPhone photos disappeared? Fix it now!

Here you will find out:

  • how to recover photos
  • how DiskInternals can help you

Are you ready? Let's read!

Why Did My iPhone Photos Disappear?

Actually, with the iOS 11 update, there are some settings you may play around with, and that would lead to the disappearance of your photos. The settings include turning off "Photo Stream" and turning it back on after some time.

Also, if your iPhone is running low on storage space - may be due to heavy apps to large files - your photos may not be able to load, and you'd think they've been deleted. Regardless, there are a couple of things you could do to fix this issue.

Recover and Backup Your Photos

First things first, you should try backing up your photos and also recover the lost ones. This is possible using a formidable software solution like the DiskInternals Uneraser. With DiskInternals Uneraser, you can recover lost files (including photos and videos) from memory cards, flash drives, and various other internal or external storage devices. The software supports many file systems and features an intuitive built-in Wizard, which makes it easy to use.

To recover your iPhone photos using DiskInternals Uneraser, you need to connect your device to your computer and run the software.

How To Backup iPhone Photos With DiskInternals Uneraser

1. Install the software on your PC and launch it.

2. Close the Wizard that would pop-up automatically.

3. Select the drive you want to backup (in this case, select your iPhone device as the disk to backup).

4. Right-click on the drive and choose “Create Image”

5. Now, follow the subsequent prompts to complete the backup process.

How To Recover iPhone Photos With DiskInternals Uneraser

1. Launch the DiskInternals Uneraser - this time, don’t close the Wizard.

2. Instead, follow the Wizard and select your iPhone as the drive to recover files from.

3. Choose a scan method (preferably “Full Scan”) and allow the process to run completely.

4. The lost/deleted images would be marked with red asterisks, but before you can recover them, you need to upgrade to the DiskInternals Uneraser premium version.

Additional Tips:

1. Restart Your iPhone

Simply restarting your phone can help you fix this issue. So, when you can't find your photos, and you can't recall deleting them, just restart your iPhone and see if the issue is solved.

2. Check Thoroughly

If the photos disappeared after updating to a newer iOS version, check the “Recently Deleted” folder in your Photo app. Actually, this folder saves images deleted within the past 30 days; so, your photos should be here.

3. Use iCloud

If your iPhone photos are set to automatically backup to iCloud, you can check them in the iCloud Photo Library.

4. Use iTunes

Apple’s iTunes service has been a useful tool for iOS users; it helps for backing up your iPhone data, and also for recovery. If you backed up your photos on iTunes, it’s simple, just launch iTunes and get back your photos - all of them.

But, if you didn't back up to iTunes prior to the photo loss, it is best to use a 3rd-party solution to attempt to recover all your lost photos and videos.

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