iPhone SE is the latest iPhone released by Apple.inc a few days ago. It has the same body as iPhone 5s but with more powerful performance. If you don’t like bigger screen like iPhone 6S or Plus, iPhone SE is the best choice for you to become an iPhone fan.
Since iPhone SE is a smart phone, it’s good idea to copy the iPhone SE data to Mac for backup in case of lose any important files like Contacts, Photos, Messages, Notes, etc. Here I will show you the best way to backup your iPhone data to Mac, it’s not only work for iPhone SE, but also other iPhone series like iPhone 6s/6s plus, iPhone 7, etc.
The tool you need is this Phone Transfer, why I recommend it? Here are a few features you might interested in.
- It can backup phone data to Mac and restore it without interfering with the quality.
- It is also a phone to phone transfer that enables you to transfer any contents from phone to phone.
- It supports cross-platform transfer for data without the risk losing the data or messing up with its quality.
- It allows you to transfer iCloud backup to iPhone, Android and other devices easily.
- You can use it to transfer music, contacts, photos, video and other types of files from iTunes to your iPhone with ease.
Now, let’s start the guide to copy iPhone SE data to Mac
Step 1: Install the Phone Transfer
Download the Phone Transfer and install it. I have scan the file with Virus Protector like Norton, it’s safe and clean. And then launch the app, you will need to look for the tab labeled “Backup Your Phone” and then click on it. This will take you to the backup window.
Step2. Connect iPhone SE to Mac
Connect your iPhone to your Mac with a USB cable. The Phone Transfer will your iPhone SE automatically as follow:
Step 3: Select iPhone SE Files and Copy to Mac
Now check the data you want to transfer from your iPhone SE to Mac. You can select contacts, text messages, calendar, apps, call logs, and so on. Once have checked the data, you will need to click on “Start Copy” to start copying the data. After the copying process completes, you can check your Mac to verify if the data was copied successfully.
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