Hi! Hope this subject line isn't too confusing - kind of a very particular (and frustrating!) problem I'm having here: I have my old phone, an iphone 5C, totally backed up on my 2008 MacBook (black one, pretty old!) running OS 10.6.8. Unfortunately, I did not back it up to iCloud. I signed in to my iCloud and checked. The phone is not there. The screen of said old iPhone was smashed, incl. LCD. I cannot use the screen at all. When I plug my new phone, a (used) iPhone 5S, I receive a message that I must update iTunes in order for it to be able to communicate with the new (used) iPhone 5S. When I click "check for updates" iTunes states that it is "the latest version, 11.4", which of course is not the latest version, merely the newest that my old computer's OS supports. I need to know if there is a way that I can get this iPhone that is backed up on my computer onto my new phone. That is one thing, but I also don't want to have a phone that cannot communicate with my computer through iTunes. Is that un-solve-able? I am not sure my late-ish 2008 black MacBook can support any operating system newer than the one that I have...It may be able to go a few tiers higher, yes, but what are the chances that is high enough to support a recent enough iTunes to talk to this phone? I'm assuming not, and would very much appreciate any insight. Also would like to add that I plugged my 5C phone in again to select "backup to iCloud" instead of "backup to this computer" and now it is saying that I need to enter the passcode on my phone to do this. I cannot do that, as the screen is destroyed. Thanks very much!