How to Find iBooks Library Location in macOS High Sierra

Trying to find iBooks library location on your Mac? It’s slightly hidden, and hence you will have to dig a bit to get there. That’s the reason why some of you might wonder where it exists on macOS.

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Though you can’t change the iBooks library location, you have the option browse it manually from Finder app. Keep in mind, if you delete or rename files, it will disorganize your iBooks library. So, do not make any changes to them.

How to Access iBooks Library Location on your Mac

Step #1. To get started, open Finder on your Mac.

Step #2. Now, click on Go menu and select Go To Folder.

Click on Go to Folder in Finder on Mac

Step #3. Enter the below path and hit GO button.

~/Library/Containers/com.apple.BKAgentService/Data/Documents/iBooks

Go to iBooks Path in Finder on Mac

Now, a new Finder window will show up with some sub-folders.

  • Books: It stores all of your iBooks, iBooks Author titles, and PDF files.
  • Downloads: It keeps the incomplete downloads.
  • Temporary: It stores your temporary files.
  • Updates: It keeps the new versions of iBooks until they have been successfully installed.

iBooks Folder Options on Mac

To head into iBooks, just double-click the Books folder to open it.

Now, have a glance at all of your iBooks and PDFs as well as other stuff. You can make a backup of all of your items by simply copying them to a preferred folder. As mentioned above, do not make any changes to your files as they will distort your library.

That’s it!

Signing off

Apple’s iBooks has long been a great destination for the folks who love exploring books. What do you think of it? Also, let us know the new add-ons you would like to see in it?

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