A data recovery company based in India with offices scattered all across the country is citing a recent survey according to which less than 10% of iPhone owners make backups of their data. The company also says that losing this data can cause “emotional stress” and “hindrance.”
Stellar Data Recovery released an announcement this week confirming that its labs are ready to take iPhone 5 units and recover data that has been accidentally erased.
While they’re certainly not the only ones with the appropriate tools to carry out the task, the company does seem confident in its “stellar” services.
Its tools can recover lost or deleted contacts, music, photos, videos and other files, according to the press release.
“The recovery from these apple devices is done by Data recovery experts in Stellar's Class 100 Clean room labs. Apple iPhones use solid state technology that allows more data storage and faster access,” says Stellar.
The company cites a recent survey (but fails to name the researchers) according to which “iPhones constitute 29% of market share worldwide and is increasing rapidly after the launch of iPhone 5.”
“Data stored in iPhones is very important and it's [sic] loss can cause emotional stress & hindrance in daily activities especially if backup is not taken,” says Stellar.
According to the survey, less than 10% of iPhone owners worldwide back up the data stored on their precious Apple handsets. The reason is most likely commodity.
The company claims to offer 100% data recovery from all versions of the iPhone, including the iPhone 5, “from almost all instances of data loss," according to Mr. Sunil Chandna, CEO of Stellar Data Recovery.
The company deals with all kinds of lost or deleted data stored on pretty much any type of media, including laptop and desktop solutions, SSDs, RAID Servers, external storage media, etc.
Stellar can even handle broken and water damaged devices and says it is the only ISO 9001:2008 certified organization that specializes in lab data recovery services, Phoenix data recovery tools and disk utilities.