If your computer uses macOS Mojave or earlier, these are the directions you need to manage your iTunes account on Mac. Your Apple ID is used for a lot of things in the Apple ecosystem, including syncing content in iCloud and making a purchase in iTunes, which can be accessed from multiple devices. MacOS Mojave and macOS High Sierra, and included in macOS Catalina: 26 May 2020: iCloud for Windows 11.2: Windows 10 and later via the Microsoft Store: 26 May 2020: iCloud for Windows 7.19: Windows 7 and later: 26 May 2020: iTunes 12.10.7 for Windows: Windows 7 and later: 21 May 2020: iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5.
Cannot find iTunes backup file on Mac OS X? Don't worry because it is probably hidden or its location is changed. And two ways below will help you to locate or find it.
If you have not changed the default iTunes backup file location, you can find iTunes backup on Mac OS X with this way.
1. Click the Go on top menu, and select Go to Folder. Or directly press Command + Shift + G to open the dialog where you can access a folder on Mac OS X with location.
2. Enter the default iTunes backup file location: ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/.
3. Click Go or press Enter.
The backup folder is opened in new window and lists all of iTunes backup files you have created on this Mac.
Tips: This ways is also used to show and view hidden files or folder on Mac OS X.
1. Open iTunes. Click iTunes in the menu bar, then choose Preferences.
2. Click Devices and right-click the backup that you want, then choose Show in Finder.
You will see a specified iTunes backup file in Finder. Right-click the backup and select 'Get info' from pop-up menu, then you will get the backup location from 'Where' option in following dialog.
This way is usually used to find and view iTunes backup file on Mac while you have ever changed iTunes backup location.
If you want to copy or move the iTunes backup, please copy the backup folder but not part of it. For example, you cannot copy the only file Manifest.plist, even though you can find out iTunes backup password with iTunes Password Genius for Mac and this kind file.