Lost contact updating iphone
The old way was simple: When you saved a contact on your phone, it was saved in memory on that device. If you wanted to transfer contacts back and forth between your phone and your computer, you had to plug in the USB cable and use i Tunes to sync the data.
Using the old way, the contact’s home is on your device.
The concept behind all cloud servers is essentially the same: Build a massive building, fill it with servers and hard drives, and give everybody a little corner of a hard drive. In truth, cloud servers aren’t new by any means, and you’ve probably been using at least one for years.
Lots of email providers (Gmail, AOL, etc.) have used the IMAP protocol to synchronize email for over 10 years.
If the tragedy indeed happened, use i Phone Contact Restore to restore i Phone contacts after update for your i Phone 5s/5c/5, i Phone 4s, i Phone 4, i Phone 3GS and more.
You add a contact to your i Phone and it’s supposed to show up on all your devices automatically, right? How come only some of my contacts are showing up on my i Phone? How can I move all my contacts to one place so this problem doesn’t keep getting worse?
Select "Contacts" and choose the contacts you need to restore after previewing.
Click "Recover" to start to restore contacts from i Phone and specify a location on your computer to save the restored i Phone contacts.
After sanning, you will see all the files are listed.Part II: How to Restore Contacts from i Phone Directly without Backup?Download and install i Tunes Data Recovery on your computer, and you can start the steps. Launch this program and select this backup file and click "Start Scan".i Tunes creates a backup file when you syncs your i Phone with i Tunes each time. This application will list all the contacts on your i Phone, select particular ones you need to recover by ticking the boxes in front of the file, or directly select all ones by ticking the boxes in front of "Contacts".
This makes it very easy to restore deleted contact on i Phone.
A contact is only stored in one place, after all – otherwise there’d be duplicates all over the place, and Apple doesn’t let you make that mistake.