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How to Recover Data from iPhone
Contents Part
Getting Started
iPhone Data Recovery Overview
Supported Files Types
Multiple Recovery Options Supported
Recover from iOS Device
When to Select Recover Data from iOS Device
How to Recover Data from iOS Device
Recover from iTunes Backup
When to Select Recover Data from iTunes Backup File
What Files Does iTunes Backup
How to Find iTunes Backup Files on Computer
How to Retrieve Data from iTunes Backup
Recover from iCloud Backup
When to Select Recover Data from iCloud Backup File
How to Back Up your iPhone Using iCloud
How to Restore Data from iCloud Backup
Repair iPhone Operating System
How to Recover iPhone Operating System
Recover iPhone Messages
How to Recover iPhone Messages
Recover iPhone Contacts
How to Recover iPhone Contacts
Recover iPhone Photos
How to Recover iPhone Photos
Recover iPhone Notes
How to Recover iPhone Notes
Recover iPhone Other Files
How to Recover iPhone Other Files
Technical Support & FAQ
Technical Support & FAQ

How to Find iTunes Backup Files on Computer

iTunes stores your iOS device’s backup file in a default path on Windows. The location of this folder varies depending on your operating system.

macOS and Mac OS X Machine

Click in the menu bar, then enter ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/

Windows 10, Windows 8.1/8 and Windows 7

\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\

Windows XP

\Documents and Settings\(username)\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\

   iphone backup location

1. The AppData and Application Data directory are hidden by default; you will need to enable “Show hidden files” within Windows Explorer.

On Windows 8/8.1/10, you can use Ribbon’s View tab, and click Options.

   show hidden files

In view tab select “Show hidden files and folders” and click Apply button.

  show hidden files in windows 10

On Windows 7 or Vista, please click Organize button in any folder and select “Folder and Search Options” from the menu. And then you can select “Show hidden files and folders” in View section of Folder Options window.

   open hidden files in win 7

2. To quick access the Application Data or AppData folder, just type “%appdata% in search bar, click OK, and then double-clicking these folders: Apple Computer > MobileSync > Backup.

 windows search bar