So a few days ago I was using my iPhone 6s when it randomly decides to shut down and try to reboot, except it doesn't get past the Apple logo (stays on it for 3-4 minutes, then the screen just goes off). I've been able to get it into Recovery Mode, and have attempted to use ReiBoot to kick it out of Recovery Mode and restart properly. However, this did not work. I was stupid enough to take photos out of my iCloud backups because my Camera Roll was getting too large, and then haven't been manually backing them up as often as I should, so I have about 6 months worth of photos that are potentially going to be lost. Does anyone know any way of getting at these photos whilst the phone is still in Recovery Mode? I have come across two apps by Tenorshare that are advertised as being able to repair the operating system, but they both cost around ~$50 and I don't know if they're guaranteed to work. Does anyone have any experiences with either ReiBoot Pro or UltData? What is the difference between them in terms of functionality? Any other suggestions are also greatly welcomed. Thanks.