macOS & iOS – Disk Drill 3

Product Announcement – CleverFiles of Atlanta, Georgia has  released Disk Drill 3.0, an important update to their data recovery utility for Mac OS X. The new release by the team of data recovery experts includes many high-demand improvements in addition to supporting the latest update of the Mac operating system. One of these perks is iOS data recovery. From Version 3, Disk Drill adds iPhones and iPads into its portfolio of supported devices. Disk Drill can recover lost data from iOS 10 devices as well, the minimum compatible version being iOS 5.

The new release of Disk Drill officially comes with a few major compatibility updates, like the new macOS and iOS, as well as improved support for EXT4 and ExFAT file systems, new partition recovery modules, better disk surface scans, faster backups and more. The update to Disk Drill 3 is fully automated. Premium users with Disk Drill PRO or Enterprise may be entitled to a free or discounted upgrade to version 3, and should check the upgrade matrix available at the Disk Drill website.

Disk Drill users should upgrade to Version 3 to get their data recovery software ready for macOS Sierra. The new release ensures the best data retrieval and protection technology ever. Disk Drill 3.0 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.8.5, and macOS, as well as iOS 5, up to and including iOS 10.

Pricing and Availability
The Basic edition of Disk Drill 3 is free, the Pro version offering the quick and deep scan features, the ability to rebuild HFS catalogs, and lost partition search for up to three Macs costs $89, and the price of the Enterprise edition offering a full-featured commercial data recovery package with top-level support for the whole company amounts to $399.

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