To go forward—to macOS Catalina or iOS 13—you must back up. Before you press the install button for either, make sure you’ve backed up your Mac or iOS device. Here’s how:
When you’re ready, move the old iOS backup folder to the Trash.
Apple’s new T2 encryption chip makes data recovery from new MacBook Pros harder, and the release of macOS 10.14 Mojave and iOS 12 make backups all the more essential. Read on to learn how:
In the tech world there are two kinds of people, those that have lost data and those that will lose data. Hard drives are mechanical and will eventually fail, even the new SSD (Solid State Drive) or Flash Memory have a lifespan of just a few years. Keep in mind that drive failure is just a small part of why backup is needed. If you consider how many businesses have hardware that gets lost or stolen each year as well, the total amount of data lost each year is staggering.
With CrashPlan deciding to leave the consumer backup space, CrashPlan for Home customers are now faced with having to migrate their data to a new cloud backup service.