With the release of IOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, I've just discovered that when I backup my device with iTunes, it no longer transfers apps from my IOS devices into the Mobile Applications Folder for backup purposes just in case I wanted to restore to a previous version of an app. Mainly for accessibility reasons because we all know that at times an updated version of an app could be released and it could possibly brake accessibility. Granted, rolling back to a previous version if you have it in the iTunes mobile applications folder doesn't always work but there was no harm in trying to roll back if it worked.
Now though, from what I can gather, it seems that they have pulled this functionality from iTunes the latest version of iTunes and IOS 9.
So the question now is: are there any work arounds to getting the current version of the .ipa file that's currently stored on your device back into the mobile applications folder of one's own iTunes Library.
What do you all think about this change?
Personally, I thought that the whole point of an iTunes backup was to well simply backup everything on the device and not start to leave stuff out of the backup in this case apps.
Be interested to know your thoughts and if any work arounds have been possible yet.