If you have backed up your iPhone using iTunes on a Mac running Mojave OS, you can locate the backup by following these steps:
Open iTunes: Launch iTunes on your Mac. If you don’t have iTunes installed, you can download it from the Apple website.
Connect your iPhone: Use a USB cable to connect your iPhone to your Mac. If prompted, unlock your iPhone and trust the computer.
Access your device: Once your iPhone is connected, it should appear in iTunes. Click on the iPhone icon to access your device.
View backup details: Under the “Backups” section, you will see the option to “Manually Back Up and Restore.” Click on this option.
Locate backups: In the next window, you will see the option to “Backups.” Click on this option to view your previous backups. Here, you will see the location of your backups on your Mac.
Check backup location: The location of your backups will be shown in the “Backup Location” field. If you need to change the backup location, you can click the “Change” button to select a new location.
Access backup files: You can access your backup files by going to the backup location on your Mac. By default, the backup location is in your user Library folder. To access the Library folder, open Finder, and click on “Go” from the menu bar. Hold down the “Option” key to reveal the “Library” option, then click on it. From here, you can navigate to the “Application Support” folder and then to the “MobileSync” folder. Your backups will be located in the “Backup” folder.
Restore from backup: If you need to restore your iPhone from a backup, you can do so by going back to iTunes and selecting the “Restore Backup” option. This will allow you to restore your iPhone to the state it was in when the backup was created.
In summary, locating your iPhone backup in Mojave OS is a straightforward process. You can do it by opening iTunes, connecting your iPhone, accessing the “Manually Back Up and Restore” option, and viewing your backups. Once you have located your backups, you can access them by navigating to the backup location on your Mac. If you need to restore your iPhone from a backup, you can do so by going back to iTunes and selecting the “Restore Backup” option.