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Keep precious messages

Save, export and print your iPhone messages. Text messages, MMS, iMessages and attachments are safe with iMazing.

Simpler music transfers

Freely copy your music back and forth between your iPhone, iPad, iPod, and your computer. No more iTunes syncs.

Easy access to your photos

Export your pictures and videos, without iCloud or iTunes. Save your favourite moments on your Mac or PC.

Smarter backups ( Free! )

Store your iPhone and iPad data thanks to a unique technology. With iMazing, you safely back up your device, even wirelessly.

Transfer your data to your new iPhone

Without iCloud or iTunes, you can copy everything or choose just the content you'd like to transfer. And keep a backup, just in case.

Transfer your files and documents

Move files and folders between your iPhone or iPad and your computer.

Manage your contacts

Directly copy all your contacts between your iPhone and your Mac or PC.

Exclusive app management solution

Download your apps (.ipa) to your computer. Back up and transfer app data.

Export Safari data

Access and export bookmarks, reading Lists and history to your computer.

Transfer ringtones to your iPhone

Customize ringtones, notifications and alert sounds.

Transfer and manage your books

Export your eBooks or PDFs from the Books app, import books from your computer to your iPhone or iPad.

Access and export calendars

Export calendars to your computer in iCal, Excel or CSV format.

Export call history and voicemail

Access and export call logs, save your voicemail to your computer.

Transfer notes and voice memos

Access and export your iPhone notes and voice memos.

iMazing Configurator

Designed to help sys admins configure and provision fleets of Apple mobile devices.

What's New

iMazing 2.16 introduces a new method to access a device's data without requiring a full backup. This option can save considerable disk space on the computer running iMazing, and allows iMazing to be used in cases where a computer has less available storage than the capacity of the iOS or iPadOS device.

When connecting a device for the first time and accessing a dataset that requires an iOS or iPadOS backup, iMazing will present you with two choices:

  • Full Backup, the classic method (also a restorable backup)
  • Data Access Only, the new method, which excludes some media and is not a backup
  • Data Access Only vs Full Backups
  • Learn more about this new feature:

New Apple Devices Support

  • iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
  • iPad 10th generation, iPad Pro 11-inch - 4th generation and iPad Pro 12.9-inch - 6th generation
  • iOS and iPadOS 16.1
  • Full compatibility with iOS 16.1.
  • With iOS and iPadOS 16.1, Apple introduced a new security feature that requires a device passcode prompt to initiate a backup. iMazing and iMazing Mini both support this prompt, which currently cannot be bypassed.


  • Now supports converting HEVC (H.265) videos to MPEG-4 (H.264). You will find the conversion options in iMazing Preferences / Photos.
  • iMazing can now download photos and videos from iCloud. When a file is not locally stored on your device, iMazing will prompt you to log in to iCloud with your Apple ID to download them. (Please note: your Apple ID and password are only used to connect to Apple servers and will remain protected in your macOS keychain or Windows credentials.)

Other New Features

  • Change Backup Location: when changing the device backup location in the device options, iMazing now asks if you want to copy the backup and all of its archives to the new location (if there is no existing backup at this location).
  • Sidebar Contextual Menu: with Move Backup to Old Backups you can now detach a backup from its device. This is useful if you want to start a new backup while keeping the old backup accessible in Old Backups (it can be deleted later).
  • Sidebar Contextual Menu: with Delete Backup Archives and Keep only Last Backup you can delete all archives of a backup and keep only the last backup. This can be useful to reduce the size of a backup when you don't need to keep previous versions.
  • Preferences / General: a new option Open Operations popover automatically when an operation starts was added; it is enabled by default.
  • Preferences / General: a new option Clear cache when iMazing quits was added. This option is useful for privacy; a repair shop, for instance, can ensure no private customer data is stored in the cache folder when iMazing quits.
  • Preferences / Devices: a new option Remove devices and pairing records when iMazing quits was added. This option is also useful for privacy and will ensure that a device won't be accessible after iMazing quits, so that pairing the device is required when reconnecting it.
  • Erase All Content: two new options have been added: Preserve eSIM data (erases all of a device's data and settings while preserving the eSIM data) and Prevent proximity setup (prevents any proximity setup, such as transferring data from a nearby device, after the device restarts and displays the iOS Setup Assistant).

Fixes and Improvements in 2.16.3

  • Messages and WhatsApp: when using Export Attachments, added an option to Create a folder for each chat session
  • iOS Backup Passcode Prompt: support for the new passcode prompt on iOS 15.7.1; since iOS 16.1 and 15.7.1, this prompt is displayed when a backup is about to start. Read our blog article to learn more about this new Apple security feature and our position:
  • iOS Backup Passcode Prompt: the iMazing Mini dialog box displayed before an automatic backup is about to start will now automatically close when a user interacts with the device
  • Restore OS: improved handling of the new macOS Ventura USB Restricted Mode; iMazing will displays a message if USB Restricted Mode is enabled, explaining how to change this setting in macOS System Settings
  • Restore OS: improved restore in Recovery mode on iOS 16; iMazing better handles "Failed to restore device in recovery mode" errors, and will attempt to reconnect the device automatically when the connection is lost after a long IPSW download
  • Restore a Backup: improved setting the device name with the option Name for target devices
  • Restore a Backup: improved reliability of Install apps from local library if available
  • Notes: fixed an issue on Windows with Export to PDF and Print
  • Photos: fixed an issue preventing photos from being deleted on macOS Ventura
  • Photos: reorganized the Export photos options to improve fit on small screens
  • Messages, WhatsApp, Photos, Safari, Calendar: fixed an issue with the date range picker filter on macOS Ventura
  • WhatsApp: fixed an issue where WhatsApp messages migrated from an Android device were not displayed
  • Update iMazing: fixed a freeze in iMazing when the iMazing Mini menu bar app was attempting to update iMazing on macOS
  • Backups: iMazing now displays the reason for N/A errors
  • Export All Data: fixed a bug when clicking the Previous button in the wizard while iMazing is trying to connect to a device
  • French: corrected minor translation errors