Atlanta, Georgia – CleverFiles has just released a groundbreaking update to their well-known data recovery app, Disk Drill, which now enables support for Apple’s new APFS file system. After 9 years of superb file recovery and hundreds of millions of recovered files, they are raising the bar yet again with full support for macOS High Sierra (10.13 ).
In addition to being the first data recovery solution to fully support APFS and overcome Apple’s new technical hurdles in macOS High Sierra, the new Disk Drill 3.5 also adds full data recovery support for iOS 11.
Disk Drill’s software development team commented on some of the technical challenges of Apple’s new macOS update, “High Sierra introduces many technical challenges which is why nobody else is supporting it yet, the big one is that the startup disk on macOS 10.13 devices is no longer directly accessible to third-party apps, which makes many things difficult such as data recovery”.
The technical team goes on to explain that while this may sound like a huge challenge, it’s nothing for the likes of CleverFiles. Disk Drill was already a cutting-edge data recovery solution featuring a state-of-the-art algorithm considered to be one of the best in the industry. What this all means for Disk Drill users is that they have the best possible chance to recover files in a convenient and very intuitive software program.
The Disk Drill software development team went on to explain, “We have developed a few very easy techniques to get users back to happy data recovery on their macOS 10.13 High Sierra devices. It’s not complicated, doesn’t take long and works great. We are excited to take such a difficult challenge and turn it into another case of lost data recovery success for our loyal users”.
Spirits were high amongst the CleverFiles team and the excitement real, Disk Drill users have already begun to comment on their experiences including a software engineer with IBM who said the following about macOS High Sierra support with Disk Drill 3.5:
“Disk Drill beats out every single respected tool I could come up with. I’m still in the process of copying all my files, since it is so much data.”
Real reviews like this one give us some insight into the challenges that have been introduced with macOS 10.13 and how Apple has inadvertently thwarted the data recovery industry yet again. Despite all odds, full data recovery support is now available for macOS 10.13 High Sierra with Disk Drill 3.5 by CleverFiles.
There have been some other great improvements to Disk Drill with the latest update too, including very notable support of data recovery from mobile devices running iOS 11. It’s also been noticed that the user interface has been improved and is even easier than ever including added hints to help guide users to successful recovery of their lost pictures, videos, songs, emails and many more files.
Established in 2001, CleverFiles is a privately owned software developer, specializing in system software utilities for Mac OS X. The company delivers top-notch solutions having a friendly team of thirty professionals. CleverFiles is the brand of 508 Software, LLC, the company behind Disk Drill based in Atlanta, GA and well known for their positive, social-oriented atmosphere. CleverFiles sponsors local nonprofit events and activities and has a strong, admirable focus on creating positive experiences both on and offline. Copyright (C) 2001-2015 Cleverfiles Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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