We have already talked on other occasions about iMazing, the all-in-one for iOS devices administrator without having to go through iTunes, and now we want to talk about the new version that just sees the light and its news.
IMazing 2.3 for Mac includes some feature that makes it even more useful software for all users of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is focused especially on backup functions. That is the security of the data you store on your devices.
What’s New in iMazing 2.3 for Mac
These are the main innovations that include iMazing in its version 2.3 for computers with macOS:
Automatic “Time Machine” style backups
This new version of the application integrates a renewed function of automatic backups with the arrival of iMazing Mini. Thanks to this feature the data of your devices will be backed up automatically on your Mac periodically according to the chosen configuration.
Unlike backups of iCloud, the new backups do not destroy the previous ones (that’s why we say “Time Machine style”), so if after a few weeks you realize that you’ve lost some content you can always Go back to retrieve them ( iMazing also lets you view the contents of backups without having to restore them to an iOS device).
Full compatibility with iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra (APFS)
IOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra will still take a few weeks to be available, but iMazing has already done its homework and is now fully compatible with upcoming versions of Apple’s operating systems.
Enhanced Device Options Screen
thanks to this new options screen you can configure all the ways in which iMazing works with your different devices. From here you can set the frequency with which you will back up your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, if you should encrypt backups, the location of the files, etc, etc …
New backup file format supports portable storage drives and NAS drives
The new version of the software also releases a new backup file format. This development is an important part of it is now possible to browse the different backups of a device as in Time Machine.
In addition, the new format makes it compatible with virtually all external drives, as well as networked storage (NAS) servers.
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