Hi all, My family and I have always had separate iCloud/Apple ID's, but we used to share my Apple ID for App Store/iTunes. With the release of Apple Music, we got the family plan, and now everyone uses their own Apple ID for App Store/iTunes, and we rely on family sharing to share content. I have traditionally always backed up our devices to iTunes (encrypted) and iCloud. With the change to individual Apple ID's I've noticed error messages in backing up apps, which I assume would affect restores (I'm planning ahead for the next iPhone release and we always restore from backup on iTunes). In order to properly backup the devices to iTunes I went ahead and made my wife a separate iTunes library. So now in iTunes, I use her library and I sign into her Apple ID. It seemed to sync and backup fine last night, but I noticed she has nothing listed in the apps section on iTunes. This would seem to be a problem when I restore her new iPhone, as the phone won't have any local apps/assets to restore with. I believe the user data is stored in a separate file and then the app assets are stored locally on the machine. To avoid problems, should I download all apps that she has on her phone, to the PC? If I do that, will it store the apps in a separate area from my apps? Will this be duplicative? I would just add the apps to the library from my app folder, but I believe there would be an issue because my apps have been downloaded through my Apple ID. To summarize: my family has separate devices, but a shared PC, we want to be able to sync/backup to the same PC (and therefore restore from the same PC). But my wife's iTunes library is not populated with any apps she has downloaded through her account. I realize this is a long post, but it is a complicated and convulted issue, requiring much more information than the average iOS user. Any input is welcomed, especially if you have/do have your set up in the same way.