How to Backup iPhone Notes on Windows PC and Mac with Ease

If you are an iPhone user, you would probably be aware that Apple provides you the Notes app which helps you to take notes. You can just use it to write a note and save it for future reference. This is especially a boon for those of you who keep forgetting things as the Notes app helps you to jot down things that can later be looked at in case of you forgetting anything. These notes can be saved over the cloud on Gmail, Google Drive or iCloud and then they can be retrieved whenever you need them.

However, when saved in the local storage then there occur chances that they may get deleted. The same problem is faced when you are looking to upgrade your iPhone to a newer version as there is a possibility that your notes may get lost. You can avoid this by taking a backup of your important notes on your Mac or Windows system. All you need to do this is a lightning cable and to follow the below laid out steps.

How to iPhone or iPad Notes Backup on Windows PC and Macbook

Step 1: First off, install Internet Explorer on your system. If you don’t have it then you can easily download online.

Step 2: Once you have it installed, get your iPhone connected to your system (PC) through a USB cable. As you do it, the sync process will happen within just a few moments.

Step 3: Now select Data Tab and launch Notes app as you are looking to take a backup of your notes.

Step 4: Prior to syncing of your Note begins, you will be asked whether you want to back up your complete iPhone. Just skip this.

Step 5: After the sync of your Notes is over you need to select from one of the two options that appear “Export to TXT” or “Export to PDF”. Click on your desired choice.

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