Features of macOS on iOS and iOS on macOS? Of course, sometimes we’ve wanted certain features from one of these devices to work the same in another and we’re not the only ones. A similar concern was sparked by a concept that imagines what Mac’s Time Machine would look like if it was on the iPhone.
The concept created by designer Jordan Singer shows in detail what the functionality that allows you to make a backup in MacOS would look like. The backup list includes apps, personal data, music, photos, emails, and documents. In this way, you can recover data that has been deleted, lost or overwritten. Can you imagine all of this on the iPhone?
This is what Time Machine looks like on the iPhone
Aesthetically, this is an option completely attached to Apple’s design line. But the technical considerations designed for its operation on iOS are even more surprising.
The concept created by Singer for iOS is titled “What if we had Time Machine on iOS?
An option for restore messages that also contain deleted conversations. We’ve seen various iOS apps on macOS, and we’re wondering if Time Machine is coming to iOS in the future.
The current backup of Apple iCloud performs daily backups while iPhone is charging and connected to Wi-Fi. IPhone owners can only access full restores from the day the backups are created. And although for the moment, Time Machine only exists in this concept, it is undoubtedly a very complete option.