Apple said goodbye to iTunes with the release of macOS Catalina and split music, videos, and podcasts into their own apps, music, TV, and podcasts. But which app is responsible for connecting to your iPhone without iTunes? That would be Finder, and you use it to sync and backup your iPhone and archive backups for disaster recovery.
If you are a Windows PC user, still use iTunes to perform and backup all iPhone syncs. Finder does the work on a Mac with the latest operating system. It may seem strange, but Apple has made the process even easier than using iTunes on MacOS Mojave.
Apart from backing up your device in Finder on MacOS 10.15 and later, we will show you how to find your iPhone, encrypt your backups, delete old and bulky backups, and archive backups. And if you don't want to use your Mac to back up your personal files and data on iOS 1