We're back, for our first update of iPhone Backup Extractor this July. There's been plenty going on, and whilst iOS 12 support isn't new in this build, we wrote about the work we did over the last couple of weeks for Apple's iCloud changes. Yes, we fully support it all. We met Prince Charles the week before, recognising our work driving innovation in the UK, and talked about GDPR with him. How often can you write that in a change-log? I mean, really. 🤷♀️
iPhone Backup Extractor and Reincubate's iCloud API are fully compatible with the changes in iOS 12. And, as of today -- following Apple's recent changes -- Reincubate is the only technology provider able to access iCloud backups created from all versions of iOS.
Today's release of iPhone Backup Extractor introduces a new dimension of data that we're able to help users access. As with almost all of the changes we make, this is rolled in for all users, at no extra cost.
Today's release brings our second big new feature of June: detailed Apple and mobile device data for any iOS backup or device, built in to iPhone Backup Extractor. The data we show goes way beyond the information encoded on the device and in a backup. We've had to build out an entire API with gigabytes of supporting data to be able to do this in a secure and reliable way, and we're making that freely available from today. We've written in more detail on our blog about this release, the data you're now able to access, and the API. In other news, we're off to Buckingham Palace again later today. It's a busy day.
There are many techniques we use when it comes to helping people recover their data with our products, and a lot of the cleverness we’ve built over the last decade lies below the surface. Today, we’re going to take a dive into one of the approaches we use for recovering deleted messages: forensic recovery of SQLite data.
We've been busy here at Reincubate HQ over the last couple of weeks. We're recruiting, preparing to jet off to the US for meetings, and, well... shipping software. ✈️ On that note, here's our latest release of iPhone Backup Extractor. We think this one's pretty neat.
We treated our Mac users earlier with the first release of our updated left-hand navigation. Today we're releasing the first iteration of this for Windows users, and sweeping up a few minor issues in the Mac release. There's more to come, and we'd love to read your feedback. ✍️ We'll be writing a little more in future as we continue to improve the navigation.
It's May, and it's time for a release. We've hinted at some of the changes in our plan, and the first preview of our new left-hand navigation systems is now out for macOS users. There are changes for Windows users, too, and more to come. Don't be shy: tell us what you think and how you get on with it! 🤞
We said it was coming, and here it is. On the heels of our last build we're releasing a number of fixes which help with corrupted backups and WhatsApp attachments. Also, London was 28℃ in April. 🌞 Can you believe that?
We've been celebrating our second Queen's Award, and working on a bunch of behind-the-scenes changes to iPhone Backup Extractor. This release is built from our enhanced code-base, but is otherwise similar to 126.96.36.1999. Back to regular releases shortly, and we'll ship an update build in the coming days. 👑
This year we have been awarded a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise, this time in recognition of our innovation in creating Reincubate iPhone Backup Extractor, the world’s leading iOS data recovery and access product.
We're thrilled to be releasing iPhone Backup Extractor 7.6 today. It introduces a milestone new feature: previews of iCloud data. Rather than needing to download data in order to view it within the app, you can now preview a variety of data before choosing whether to download it. Happy days! ☀️ Let us know how you get on with it.
We're thrilled to release this update of iPhone Backup Extractor, headlining with support for previews of recordings in iPhone backups. To mark this, we've codenamed the release 1998: the year Britney Spears shot to fame. We've mixed feelings about that. 👩🎤
The team at Mashable reached out to interview me for the launch of their MashaBiz series on serial entrepreneurship. They quizzed me on topics including serial entrepreneurship, trends of the future, and what we're up to at Reincubate.
This Tuesday brings our next release, which is all about improving user experiences. We’ve made improvements to iCloud interaction, to iPhone 8 and X support, and to memory handling. This afternoon the team are off to Mansion House to meet the Lord Mayor of London on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, as part of Reincubate winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
We’re back to our usual combined Windows and macOS updates, and today’s is a good ‘un. Sometimes we need to say goodbye to the past, and this release officially drops support for macOS 10.7. It’s to old for us to readily support with our pace of changes. 1771 — as we like to call this new release — includes the following:
This last week team RI were off for a picnic in the park, and we shipped 188.8.131.521 with a whole list of speed and reliability enhancements. You'll see the next few builds going to make the application more robust than ever.
We are happy to announce that iOS 11 is now supported by the Reincubate Cloud API. Along the way, we discovered a few interesting changes that you probably didn’t know from the WWDC '17 announcement alone.