iPhone 6/iPad Air and more upgrade to iOS 9 Beta 2, the deleted applications and some deleted data still recoverability.
Recently, Apple officially push the iOS9 Beta2, OS X El Capitan Beta2 and watchOS 2 Beta2 system updates.
In addition to bug fixes, performance improvements and functional details of optimization improvements, some users upgrading from iOS9 Beta1 to Beta2 in the process, also found another new feature, which for low-memory version of the iPhone, iPad users, it is absolutely a good news.
When you install the update process encountered "memory full" situation, will directly pop up a dialog box, users can click "Allow delete application" option, you can make iOS automatically deleted to make room for some applications already, and then complete the update installation.
When the update installation is complete, the application will be deleted automatically re-installed, in which personal data is not lost.
iOS9 in terms of reduced memory consumption no less hard, in addition to the above features, it also comes with a default Swift runtime, developers no longer have built in each application; support "App Thinning", the user can download only adaptation the current application data devices.
How To Permanent Erase iPad Data On Mac With The iPad Data For Mac
With the continuous upgrade of iOS, some user experience has been improved, users can even recover lost data from iPad and iPhone through the system's build-in features. However, for users who wanting to selling or giving away theirs iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, it's more and more difficult to completely erase some personal and private data from iDevice(s). Because you can easily restore with a click, or using a recovery tool. To protect your privacy, before you sell or give away your iOS device, you should remove your personal information. So, for a Mac user, how to permanent erase iPad data on Mac without restore?
Conventional Operation Methods for iPad Data Wiping
1. Back up your device.
2. Tap Settings > iCloud. Scroll down and tap Sign Out. In iOS 7 or earlier, tap Delete Account.
3. Tap Sign Out again, then tap Delete from My iPhone and enter your password.
Go back to Settings and tap General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings*. In 4. iOS 7 or later with Find My iPhone turned on, you'll need your Apple ID and password.
5. If asked for your device passcode or Restrictions passcode, enter it. Then, tap Erase [device].
6. Contact your carrier for guidance on transferring service to a new owner. If you aren't using a SIM card with your device, you can contact them to get help transferring service to the new owner.
Note: You shouldn't manually delete your contacts, calendars, reminders, documents, photo streams, or any other iCloud data while you're signed in to your iCloud account. This would delete your content from the iCloud servers and any of your devices signed in to iCloud.
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Before wiping your iPad on Mac, you'd better backup iPad data to computer firstly, then you can click the below buttons to download and install a trial version on your computer, after that, launch the erased program and connect your iPad to PC via its USB cable.
Step 1. Click "Erase Private Data" in the left sidebar. In the window on the right, you can see what kind of files can be erased.
Step 2. Click "Start" button to analyze and scan the private data on your iPad.
Step 3. When the scan is completed, all the private data is listed. You can check them to view details.
Step 4. Check the unwanted data and click "Erase Now". In the prompt, type the word "Delete" to confirm the deletion.
Steps to Permanent Erase Deleted iPad Data on Mac
Step 1. Click "Erase Deleted Files" in the left sidebar.
Step 2. Click "Start" button to scan for deleted files.
Step 3. Check the files you want to remove permanently from your iPad and click "Erase Now". In the prompt, type the word "delete" to confirm the deletion.
Steps to Permanent Erase All iPad Data on Mac
Step 1. Click "Erase All Data" in the left column.
Step 2. Choose the security level to erase all the data on your iPad.
Step 3. Erase all the data on your iPad.
Step 4. Once deletion is complete, you will see the Completed screen, click "Done"
For Windows users, you can read the detialed guide from:
iPhone iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
iPad iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad 1, iPad 2, The new iPad, iPad with Retina Display, iPad mini
iPod iPod touch 4, iPod touch 5