How to Recover Deleted Files on Apple iPhone/iPad

There are a few pretty simple tips that will help you recover deleted files with ease. However, this recovery method uses This means that you need to sync your data with iCloud. After syncing data with Apple iCloud, the service will automatically help you make temporary backups. When you use iCloud on your iPhone or iPad to sync data on your device, iCloud automatically creates a backup for any synced app data. Even if the user deletes the data on the device, it can still be recovered later.


If you want to restore previous data, you can login to webpage. You can do this on a Mac or PC and click on the account settings link. Then, under Advanced, click one of the recovery links. A window will appear where you can select any file, contact, bookmark or calendar to restore. By default, each recovery point is listed by backup date.

The list also shows the countdown in days each backup will be deleted from iCloud. You can also sort the list by name or folder using the pop-up menu in the top right corner. When you click Restore, your existing iOS device data will be overwritten with the backup. The current data on your iOS device will be overwritten. Restoring data to your iOS device can take a lot of time. This depends on the amount of data you are trying to recover. It is important to note that it can even take hours. If it takes that long, don’t worry.

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Apple Ban lifted in Colombia

Apple can now sell the iPhone 14 series and other 5G products in Columbia as the court lifts the ban. Earlier this year, Colombia ordered a ban on the sale of Apple’s iPhone 14 and related 5G products. This is due to the violation of a technology patent from Ericsson. A Colombian appeals court has now lifted the preliminary injunction. This means that Apple can continue to sell the iPhone 14 series and all of its 5G devices.


In April 2022, the Juzgado 042 Civil del Circuito de Bogota in Bogota, Colombia ruled that Apple’s 5G hardware infringed one of Ericsson’s patents. Therefore, in July 2022, the court issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting Apple from selling 5G devices in the country.

The Civil Court of the Higher Court of Bogota has decided to revoke the preliminary injunction. It did so citing FOSS patents. The court also rejected the provisional right to cease infringement and breach of contract proposed by Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson. This is a subsidiary of Ericsson in Colombia. The appeals court reportedly ruled that Apple had provided additional arguments. This comes after the first warrant was issued. The court now finds it no longer justified to uphold the writ of execution.

Apple CEO Cook: It feels great to use the iPhone’s satellite feature to contact emergency responders in an emergency

In a recent interview with CBS Morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke on many topics. One of the topics is the launch of the satellite emergency assistance function in the iPhone 14 series. He also talked about the future direction of the App Store, the development trend of the App Store, and the plan after stepping down as CEO.

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On the satellite emergency response feature introduced in the iPhone 14 series, Cook said:

“Normally I like climbing mountains and wading. So I often go to places without signal coverage. Although these places provide an environment undisturbed by others, we still need to contact others in case of need. For example, if you go to the National Parks that have almost no mobile phone coverage but are popular with many people, and the communication with satellites that operate at 15,000 miles per hour 100 miles away after an emergency, this feeling will be very good.

Cook also spoke about Apple’s stance on privacy. He believes that a company should not collect a large amount of information [user data] and send it to the cloud to help the company do certain things. According to his words, Apple should only collect better information. The company must be able to provide services with minimal user data.

Apple patent refers to a future MacBook Pro with a keyless design

Apple recently obtained a technology patent called “Keyless Keyboard”. This suggests that the future MacBook Pro’s keyboard may adopt the same design as the trackpad. Apple users may no longer experience the thrill of tapping on a traditional keyboard. However, the tactile feedback experience of the Home button and MacBook Pro trackpad remains.


The full name of this patent is “Keyless keyboard with force sensing and haptic feedback”. The patent was filed with the US Trademark and Patent Office in 2017. It effectively describes the replacement of a keyboard’s physical keys with a glass display. It also describes a variety of touch-sensitive systems.


Apple believes that the traditional key input method “lacks flexibility”. It cannot adapt to the scalability features of newer devices, operating systems and software. Touchscreen input has the potential to provide users with alternative inputs. However, it has little to no tactile feedback for users.


Apple’s proposal includes a top layer of glass with two force-sensing systems. It also includes a touch-sensitive system to determine the position of the user’s fingers. Haptic feedback is provided by one or more actuators that respond to each keystroke.