There is no limit to the amount of backups that can be made through i Tunes, you could technically have a thousand of them if your hard drive capacity would support it.
Additionally, you can have backups stored both on a computer as made through i Tunes, in addition to i Cloud, which is the backup procedure we’ll cover next.
If you’re real lucky – and I mean seriously lucky – you’ll not see any errors crop up when you try to update or restore.
Most users who don’t usually tinker with their i Phones are these lucky ones.
Things go wrong, but luckily there are some great counter-measures and third-party tools to soften the blow.
We’ve spoken about i Cloud in the past, covered setting up the core features, but we’ve still not tackled the i Cloud restore process.
Backing up an i Phone is important because it allows you to recover all of your personal data, apps, and stuff, if you ever need to restore the i Phone, upgrade it, or replace it with a new phone, all of which is done by restoring from the backups that are made.
By default your i Phone will automatically sync and create a backup itself, and this can be done one of two ways.If – like me a few days ago – you’re not too sure how the process works (or whether it works at all), today’s article is for you and your peace of mind.If you’re wondering how safe your phone’s treasure trove of personal data really is then read on.This will create a backup of your i Phone that you will be able to restore from later, and the procedure is the same in Mac OS X or Windows.It is a good idea to create a current backup before you download and install the latest i OS version.For the rest of us, here’s what you can do to fix the i Tunes error 3194.