In several cases, a lost SMS is not more than a quick annoyance. But lost SMSes can possibly have huge repercussions. A lost text exchange might mean losing vital information or an image that cannot be replaced.

No matter what, you will always want to be certain that the information you need saved are not lost, or if you just wish to keep a chat going seamlessly as soon as you get a brand new iPhone, it is a reasonable idea to have your SMS backed up once in a while.

Below are the 2 easy ways to go about it:

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How Can I Backup iPhone SMSes With iCloud?

It is possible to back up all kinds of data to iCloud, from photos to contacts to messages, and as soon as you are on the cloud, that data is securely stored and can be accessed whenever you like.

  1.  Launch the Settings application on your iOS device.
  2. Click your name/image at the top of the display.
  3. On the next window, click the iCloud tab.
  4. Swipe down to Messages and ensure it is toggled on. As in the switch should be green in color.

Your text messages will now be backed up to iCloud. Confirm that you have enough cloud space, and try to purchase more if need be. It does not cost a lot.

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How Can I Backup Text Messages By Syncing An iPhone With A Mac?

It is possible to sync your iOS device and Macbook to both send and receive SMSes from your mobile number. This will make sure the messages are not lost even when you misplace your smartphone because your Mac will store the messages you sent and received when syncing is done.

  1. On your Mac, hit the Launchpad application from the dock, then tap the “Messages.” application.
  2. On the top left of the display, tap the word Messages, then choose “Preferences…” from the dropdown menu.
  3. Tap iMessages with the “@” logo. It could also be “Accounts” in more ancient Macs.
  4. If you are not already there, type in the email and phone number linked with the Apple ID connected to your iPhone. Signing in will be compulsory.
  5.  Now launch your device’s Settings application and swipe down to Messages.
  6. In “Messages,” click the SMS Forwarding tab and choose the Mac you wish to allow forwarding from.

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