Hate iTunes 12.7 and want to be able to install and manage iOS apps in iTunes? Install iTunes 12.6.3

iTunes 12.7 removed the iOS app store, which meant you couldn’t buy or manage your iPhone and iPad apps when your devices are connected to your Mac. Some people don’t like it, and if you really don’t want to change your ways, there’s a workaround: You can install iTunes 12.6.3 and get back access to the iOS app store.

There is a catch, though. Apple provides support only for the latest version of iTunes, which means that iTunes 12.6.3 is not supported by the company and you can’t get technical support if you need it.

iTunes 12.6.3 was originally released to address the needs of businesses and enterprise customers that prefer the app management method built into iTunes prior to version 12.7.

You can learn more about iTunes 12.6.3 by reading Apple’s knowledgebase article.

How to install iTunes 12.6.3

If you’ve already installed iTunes 12.7, you can run the installer for version 12.6.3 and it will replace version 12.7. But there are a few additional steps you need to perform to get 12.6.3 to work.

If you are using iTunes 12.6.2, you don’t have to upgrade to 12.6.3.

Click the link below to download iTunes 12.6.3 for Mac.

Download iTunes 12.6.3 for Mac

Here are the instructions to installing iTunes 12.6.3 over iTunes 12.7.