Apple Mac Data Recovery
Apple Mac data recovery is a service that we proudly specialize in and excel at. This includes not only Apple Mac data recovery, but also iPhone data recovery and iPad data recovery services. The Apple/Mac platform is quite different from other platforms, and not all data recovery services are able to accommodate these differences by bringing the necessary skills, education, technology, software and equipment to the business table in order to offer a comprehensive solution for Apple Mac data recovery projects. At Platinum Data Recovery, we have successfully recovered data from Apple and Mac products and devices that would likely be deemed irrecoverable by less capable data recovery companies.
Because the Apple and Mac platforms are so vastly different, an Apple Mac data recovery project must utilize an entirely unique set of skills than those required for nearly all other data recovery projects. This must necessarily include the possession of an intimate understanding of Apple equipment, structure and architecture because the entire file system is uniquely Apple. Unlike most systems and devices which utilize the NTFS file protocol, Apple products use their own codes and a number of variations of these codes. This can make an Apple Mac data recovery project exceedingly difficult, but here at Platinum Data Recovery we’re exceptionally skilled at recovery data from Apple and Mac products including conducting iPhone data recovery and iPad data recovery.
One of the most important parts of any data recovery job is confidentiality and security. We understand that your data may be sensitive, proprietary, personal and priceless, so we’ve developed one of the most secure facilities and confidential processes available on the data recovery market today. We’ll hold your information in absolute security and confidence – including the retrieval of important encrypted information without losing the integrity of the original encryptions.
Apple Mac data recovery may be needed when your drive or device has a Logical or Physical failure as explained below:
Logical failures result from user error including the admission of a virus, Trojan, malware or other malicious program. Logical failures can also result when a user accidentally deletes files or folders, incorrectly, impartially or inadvertently formats or reformats the drive or device, or makes other changes that result in a loss of logical functioning.
With most cases of logical errors, the physical components of the device or drive remain fully intact and functioning, but despite this fact the components are unable to “read” the data on the storage unit.
Physical failures generally leave all of the data intact on the device but don not allow physical access to it. This can occur when the item has sustained actual physical damage, including being dropped, submerged in a liquid, exposed to extreme heat or cold, subjected to condensation or contaminated with outside elements, debris or particulates.
Whatever the case may be, if your Apple or Mac device has stopped working or you are unable to access the data on it, stop using it immediately. Using a damaged or malfunctioning device can actually make the Apple Mac data recovery process much more difficult, or result in the complete destruction of the data that still remains on the device. In order to mitigate these risks, stop using the device, unplug it and call us as soon as possible. In many cases we can evaluate and repair or recover data in as little as a few days. Find out for yourself by calling us right now.