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Sometimes finding your iPad backup files is necessary to salvage your iPad data in the event of accidental file or app deletion, or technical errors. iTunes automatically stores these files on your computer, and iCloud stores a copy in the cloud server when it is configured to do so. These backup files, while accessible through iTunes and iCloud, are also manually discoverable if you know where to look. This article will tell you the iPad backup location on Windows PC's, Macs, and through the iCloud. Files found on Windows and Macs are created automatically by iTunes whenever you create a backup. iCloud files are created according to your backup preference settings on your iPad, but usually backups are created when your iPad is connected to Wi-Fi.

Why Choose This Software to Recover or Backup iPad Data:

  • It supports iOS 10.3 and you can use to keep your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch safe and work.
  • This toolbox has many tools including iOS data recovery, data backup & restore, data eraser, system issue fix, etc.
  • You can scan and preview all your backup data of your iPad devices.
  • You can recover iPad data easily from iOS devices, iTunes Backup or iCloud Backup.

Part 1. Where is iPad Backup File Stored (Created by iTunes)

1. For Windows Users

Depending on which version of Windows you are running, the first step is different. Step 2 and beyond works the same regardless of which version of Windows you use.

Step 1. Carry out Run Command

In Windows XP, Vista, and 7: Open the Start menu and type "run" in the Search box. Select "Run" under Programs at the top of the list.

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In Windows 8: Click on the "Search" function in the upper right corner. Search for "Run".

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Step 2. Paste the Location Path

In the run prompt box, copy and paste this in and click "OK": %Appdata%\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup

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Step 3. Access the Backup File

A window will open that shows your backup file folders. Each folder is an individual and complete backup.

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2. For Mac Users

Step 1. Spotlight Search

First you need to navigate to the "Go" tab. From the submenu, choose "Go to Folder".

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Step 2. Open the Location

From within Terminal, copy and paste the following code and hit enter to open the location where your backup files are: ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/

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Part 2. Where is iPad Backup Folder Stored (Created by iCloud)

There are a number of ways to access your iCloud account, where your iPad backup files are stored.

1. From Windows

Open iCloud from your start menu and sign in with your Apple ID. Click on "Manage" to access your backup files. Click on "Backups" in the left menu to view all of the backup files available.

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2. From Mac

Open the main Apple menu and go to the "System Preferences" section. Click on "iCloud" from this section. When iCloud opens, click on "Manage", then select "Backups" to view your backup files.

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3. From iPad

From your iPad, tap on "Settings" and then "iCloud".

  • If your device runs iOS 8 or a newer version, next tap "Storage", then "Manage Storage", then "iCloud Drive".
  • If your device runs an earlier version of iOS, tap "Storage & Backup", then "Manage Storage".

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4. From Website

From any browser, go to icloud.com and sign in with your Apple ID.

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