After months of rumors, the iPhone 7/Plus and iOS 10 are finally coming. The new iPhone 7/Plus with new features: water and dust resistance, a faster A10 Fusion processor, all new camera systems (including a dual-camera system for the iPhone 7 Plus), no headphone jack, and two new colors being sold alongside the standard Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold - a matte "Black" and a glossy "Jet Black." And iOS 10 as the "biggest release ever" for iOS users includes major updates for a wide variety of apps, services, and features, including Messages, Siri, Photos, Maps, Apple Music, News, Apple Pay, Control Center, and more.
For these new iPhone devices and system, Our Cisdem as a high-efficient software developer has also tested our programs - Cisdem iPhoneRecovery, Cisdem iPhoneCleaner and Cisdem VideoConverter. And we are sure they can totally support the iPhone 7/Plus and its system iOS 10.
iPhoneCleaner - It can quickly and safely clean and speed up iPhone 7/Plus and also iPad. With the detailed scanning analysis report, you can easily clean up your entire iPhone, clean up App junk files and delete large, forgotten files. What's more, it can back up the important data onto your hard drive.
iPhoneRecovery - It is an ideal iPhone data recovery software to recover your lost or deleted iPhone 7/ Plus data on Mac, no matter you have iTunes backups or not. With an intuitive interface, it can easily pinpoint, preview and get back multiple files, including lost photos, videos, messages, contacts, call history, Safari bookmarks, notes, calendar, etc.
Cisdem VideoConverter - It is a stable and quick video converter for mac which allows you to convert videos & audios and rip DVD movies to your iPhone 7/Plus. What is more, you can also personalize videos with various editing features such as trimming, rotating, cropping, adding watermarks and subtitles, making 3D videos, etc.
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