“My husband yet again I believe is sleazing around and would like to see what he has deleted off of his iPhone X…I just need to know if my suspicions are yet again true so I can make the decision to leave him or not. So, how do I view deleted safari history on iPhone X?” – from Macrumors.
Maybe not all of us want to view deleted safari browsing history due to this reason. But no matter why, we can recover deleted safari history from iPhone X if we want to see them. And this article introduces a flexible way.
iPhone Data Recovery is a program specializing in iPhone data and system recovery. In addition to recover deleted history on iPhone Safari, it can also retrieve Safari bookmarks, notes, photos, messages (texts messages, WhatsApp messages), contacts and more from iPhone X/8/8 Plus/7 (Plus)/SE/6S (Plus)/6 (Plus)/5S/5C/5. It also enables us to retrieve deleted private browsing history from iPhone directly and from iTunes/iCloud backup files, which highly increases the possibility of data recovery.
Now free download the trial version here and follow the steps below to learn how to recover the lost and deleted Safari History from iPhone X.
Run the program after installing it on your computer. By default, iOS Data Recovery will detect your iOS device by default and show you the window for “Recover from iOS Device” after you connect the iPhone X to the PC.
Tips: Before running the program, you’re supposed to download the latest version of iTunes. To avoid the automatically sync, don’t launch iTunes when running the program. I suggest you to disable the automatical syncing in iTunes beforehand: launch iTunes > Preferences > Devices, check “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically”.
On the next window, there are some types of files on the window and you are required to select some of them to scan according to your need. Then click on “Start Scan” and it will start to scan your device for deleted data among some selected file types.
The scanning completes and you will see all the found data including Safari History on your iPhone X. You can preview them one by one by clicking in the file types listed on the left side column and check them carefully on the right panel.
Then click on “Recover” and what you select will be recovered and preserved on the setted folder. You have the option to design your own path or just save them to your iPhone X. The right is on your own hand.
iTunes and iCloud are two data backup tools commonly used by iPhone users, so if you have back up your iPhone X through iTunes or iCloud, then you are quite lucky. iPhone Data Recovery also allows users extracting to restore your data including Safari Bookmark, Safari History and more from iTunes and iCloud backup file with ease: