I wanted to know, if I have a standalone vault (not syncing to iTunes Cloud nor 1Password cloud), if I take a local iTunes backup of the iOS device and provide a pass phrase for the backup (thus, enabling an "encrypted backup"), will I always be able to restore that data later to the device and recover all the passwords stored in the app?
As I understand it, if I don't provide a password during iTunes backup, then normally iTunes drops the storage of any confidential passwords (this makes sense) and archives everything else. But if I provide a pass phrase for the iTunes backup, then I believe the backup is more inclined to store the secret data on the iOS device, including passwords.
My question is about the fidelity of such a backup. In order for the backup/restore process to work successfully, does the iOS developer (such as 1Password in this case) need to make sure that the data (the 1Password passwords and secure notes, for instance) is stored in a certain way? I wouldn't want to be surprised later on to find out that the passwords I was entrusting to be backed up were not there upon restore. Is this something that the 1Password Team is sure to test that it works properly upon each software release?
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