Re: Need some of that expert TAM wisdom
If she didn't wipe (i.e. factory reset) the phone, it should be possible to retrieve at least some data from it. That said, if iOS has been updated recently, you *might* be hosed.
An app like Wondershare Dr. Fone or iPhone Backup Extractor should work pretty well. I'll warn you know, though... running recovery tools against the device itself, a local iTunes backup, OR a backup stored in iCloud *might* trigger a notification e-mail to the e-mail address linked to her iCloud account. Do you happen to have the password to that account?
Do you happen to know if she uses any ephemeral messaging apps like WhatsApp, SnapChat, Kik, Viber, Line, etc?
If you're determined to look, installing a keylogger on her laptop should provide quite a bit of insight into her online activities, especially in terms of e-mail and social media accounts, passwords, etc. You'll have to take special care to configure any antivirus anti-malware software on the computer in such a way that it doesn't detect the keylogger, though, so be aware of that.
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