Apple said goodbye to iTunes with the release of macOS Catalina, breaking up music, videos, and podcasts into their own respective apps, Music, TV, and Podcasts. But without iTunes, what app’s in charge of interfacing with your iPhone? That would be Finder, and you use it to sync your iPhone, as well as back it up and archive backups for emergency restores.

If you’re a Windows PC user, you still use iTunes to do all of your iPhone syncing and backing up. But on a Mac running the latest operating system, Finder takes over the duties. It may seem strange, but Apple has made the process even… more

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