Apple pushed the iOS 10 update to my family member's iPhone 5. The update went OK. The phone works great. But the iPhone does not communicate with her MacBook any more. The Macbook is an early-2008. Yes, it is old, but it is clean and has got a new SSD and a new life. She is happy with the computer and would not like to invest in a new computer simply because of a decision that Apple has made when releasing iOS 10. When she connects her iPhone to the MacBook using USB, her iTunes says that it could not connect to the iPhone "XYZ" because an invalid response was received from the device. WiFi sync is not available either (And iPhoto says that the iPhone is locked, even if it is not.) Is there any official solution or hack that solves the compatibility problem? iMazing would probably be a workaround, but it is not exactly cheap. How can she get an iOS device to communicate with the iTunes 188.8.131.52? In Windows world, I would probably need a driver, but what could be the solution be in Apple world? Or how can she install a newer iTunes on the OS X Lion 10.7.5 computer? Other than by doing a hack OS X install? Apple has already earlier decided that her early 2008 does not deserve OS X updates.