Where’s my iTunes content on my Mac?
In macOS 10.14 and earlier, iTunes was the app where all your media lived — music, home videos, TV programmes, films, podcasts and audiobooks. iTunes was the one app for everything, including backing up and syncing your iPhone, iPad or iPod.
In macOS Catalina and macOS Big Sur, your Mac has three dedicated apps—Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Podcasts. Content from your iTunes library has migrated into each of these apps so that you don’t miss a beat. To back up, restore and sync your content, simply connect your device to your Mac and use the Finder. Or just sign in with the same Apple ID on all your devices to sync content seamlessly.
Where do I find…
Music: To access your music library, Apple Music or the iTunes Store, use the Apple Music app.
Films and TV programmes: To find home videos you uploaded and films and TV programmes you downloaded, or to watch more programmes, use the Apple TV app. For more information, see the Apple TV App User Guide.
Podcasts: To see the shows you subscribed to and play available episodes, use Apple Podcasts. For more information, see the Apple Podcasts User Guide.
Audiobooks: To find the audiobooks you downloaded, use Apple Books. For more information, see the Apple Books User Guide.
Device backups: To see your iPhone, iPad or iPod backups, connect your device and go to the Finder. For more information about backups and syncing, see Overview to syncing your Mac and your devices.