iTunes 12.6 또는 이전 버전을 사용하여 iOS 11 기기에 앱을로드 할 수 있습니까?


더 이상 앱 스토어에서 제공되지 않는 몇 가지 이전 앱이 있습니다. iOS 11로 업그레이드하는 것을 고려하고 있지만 iPhone에서 앱을 삭제하거나 잃어버린 경우 해당 앱을 복구 할 수 없을지 걱정됩니다.

물론 이러한 많은 앱은 64 비트와 호환되지 않으므로 iOS 11 이상에서는 절대 실행되지 않습니다. 그러나 물론 앱은 앱 스토어에서 항상 사라지고 iOS 11로 업그레이드 할 때 하드 드라이브에 앉아있는 iOS 앱의 대규모 아카이브가 쓸모 없는지 궁금합니다.

나는 iTunes 12.7이이 기능을 제거한다는 것을 알고 있지만, 12.7이 설치되어 있어도 12.6을 유지하거나 이상적으로는 필요할 때 12.6을 열 수 있기를 바랐습니다.

So my question is: Is it possible to use iTunes 12.6 to load apps from my hard drive onto an iOS 11 device?

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Is the end goal side loading from a local IPA or to just provide apps over USB rather than network?

Be aware that you may still be able to save and install those apps on your iOS11 device but the developer might stop any backend service or refuse to provide you support because you'll be using it on an unsupported system. That 'massive archive' of app might be useless anyway.

Q: Is the end goal side loading from a local IPA or to just provide apps over USB rather than network? A: The latter. I just want to know whether I ought to delete my local app backups, or whether they might come in handy someday.

Well, sure. Apps removed from the app store that require network access from a defunct company or something are obviously useless. But that doesn't apply to many apps, especially games.



There’s no need to specifically use iTunes v12.6 if all you want is to copy the iOS apps that you already have on your Mac to an iOS device: Apple’s support articles suggest this can still be done with iTunes v12.7. However, do keep in mind this only goes for the iOS apps you currently have on your Mac, it is not possible anymore to download other apps using the new iTunes.

According to the Apple Support article “Changes in the new iTunes”, you can still copy any of the apps that you have in your iTunes Media folder to an iOS device:

The new iTunes focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. Apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are now exclusively available in the new App Store for iOS. […] You can find iOS apps, ringtones, and books (PC only) that you've already downloaded in your iTunes Media folder. If you have an iOS app, ringtone, or book that's no longer available for redownload, you can move that content to your iOS device while plugged in to a computer with a USB cable.

That last sentence links to another article that provides more detail:

If you have media on your computer that you can't redownload from the App Store or iTunes Store directly on your iOS device, such as custom ringtones or iOS apps, you can drag and drop the media from your computer to your iOS device using iTunes.

  1. Connect your device to your computer.
  2. Open iTunes. Make sure that you have the latest version.
  3. On your computer, find the item you want to add to your device. If you're looking for Apps, Tones, or Books (for Windows) that previously appeared in your iTunes library, you can find them in your iTunes media folder.
  4. Drag the item from your computer to your iOS device in the left sidebar of iTunes.
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