Restoring your iPhone from a previous backup is still a simple process using your Mac, but the way it works has changed since Apple killed off iTunes with the macOS Catalina update. Now you must use Finder to both back up and restore your iPhone, which can take a little getting used to.

If you use a Windows PC, you still would use iTunes to sync and back up your iPhone, but not in macOS 10.15 and higher. As long as you’ve backed up your device using Finder or iTunes in macOS Mojave and older, you can restore your iPhone with just a few clicks. We’ll also show you how to turn off Find My… more

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