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.
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.
Yesterday began with news of British insurance company Admiral’s move to enhance their insurance pricing using app data collected from the Facebook platform. Within three hours of the service’s launch, Facebook had turned around and blocked the scheme. The principle at stake here isn't whether an insurance company can use this data, but whether the it is individuals or Facebook who can control how it is used.
We are pleased to write that through our extensive research and preparatory work, we've shipped updates to the API today to fully support the iOS 10 developer release. There are no client-side changes that you will need to make for this.
The new Everalbum Explore platform -- available on iOS and Android -- aggregates photo content from a deep range of sources, using app data feeds into services including Dropbox, Google Photos, Instagram, Facebook, iMessage, Flickr, and Amazon.