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Maybe you should try to change the DNS to the suitable one which is different in different places. If it still can not work, maybe you can use iSkysoft Data Eraser to delete the junk files in your iPhone. I have used it in my iPhone, it works great. Maybe it is because the memory garbage lead to your problem.


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As I was in the middle of relocating, I had ended up updating my payment details including my address for my Apple ID recently. Apps have started updating automatically since then. I hope that this information might help anyone who found that none of Apple’s proposed solutions resolved the issue. A complete reset of your iPhone might not be necessary.


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mt - media type mt-8 = mobile development software mt-12 = desktop apps 1 Music 2 Podcasts 3 Audiobooks 4 TV Shows 5 Music Videos 6 Movies 7 iPod Games 8 Mobile Software Applications 9 Ringtones 10 iTunes U 11 E-Books 12 Desktop Apps


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I'm not too sure as to what caused the problem but all you need to do is go to: Settings>General>Reset>Reset All Settings This will result in losing all the wifi passwords you connected to but you can just retype them. Then just update or download something (that's free of course like an already purchased app or an update), type in the password, ...


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The most common way of doing this is through TestFlight, and you will need an Apple Developer Account. Setup your customer as either an external or internal user. Upload the app to TestFlight. The customer will be able to download the app and test it but it will not be available for the general public. Of course, there's a bit more to it than what I ...


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First, open the App Store app and swipe all the way to the bottom of the page. Tap the "Apple ID" button (It should show your Apple ID in the button). Next, tap "View Apple ID" and log in using your App Store password. If something is wrong, you'll be notified to rectify it at this point. Sometimes it's an expired credit card, missing code, etc. You can ...


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I'm just going to say it's random. I've tried looking at it across various ways it could be sorted, there's no organization. I've updated all apps and watched new updates come in, and when another app has a new update available, there is no way to predict where in the list of updates it will show up. However, in the updates section for iOS apps in iTunes, ...


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No, is not necessary. You can upload your app from both Xcode or Application Loader. Application Loader is a tool to help you upload your apps to iTunes Connect. It’s particularly helpful if your app includes In-App Purchase products that need to be configured for the app. Application Loader is explained in Using Application Loader. Application ...


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Most people, myself included, ask family, friends, and co-workers to help test. Depending on the technical details of what you want tested, you can also put out calls for testers on Twitter and Facebook. There are also websites that will help find testers for you, especially for games. Toucharcade is a good site for finding game testers.


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If you are logged in Facebook from Setting app, then it will show the "Like button" on App Store app detail. It will like the application URL from your account.


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Not to be flippant but I don't think anyone outside of Apple knows. I've had Apple products for years and my only guess is they're rolled out within a specific time after their review has completed. We don't know when the apps are reviewed, except for our own, so we don't know how we stack-up against the other apps that have been updated.


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The fingerprint is not a replacement for the password. It's a convenience feature to save some time. It's possible to create secure passwords you can easily remember. Here's an explanation: https://xkcd.com/936/


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That's up to Apple. They decide what apps to feature. The App Store gets thousands of new/updated apps every day and not every new app will be featured. If your app provides some special service or interesting presentation, it's possible your app will be featured.


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I feel Apple has some corporate greed issues with their Family Sharing feature that they designed. The system locks your credit card in, you can't remove it, which negatively impacts families budgets. I will detail below. First let me answer your questions: In your first question, the latter part is true: purchases by person X will only be available to ...


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Search on safari for an app that is only available in the American IOS store. (TMZ IOS worked for me). Click the link to see the app in your App Store. It will say the app is unavailable unless you switch to a different APP Store. Accept and you are allll good! :)


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If you open the App Store page for an app and scroll to the bottom, there's a section titled "Compatibility" that will tell you what the minimum version of iOS is that the app requires. (This is not a screenshot of the OP's problem app, but rather The Infinite Arcade, which was the first app I saw.)


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Apps which require features not available in older iOS versions can not be downloaded on these older versions. The minimum OS requirement is listed in the description of the app in the store.


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You can see all purchases made through the iOS App Store within iTunes (on OSX or Windows): Start iTunes Log into the Store in the Store menu Show Account Details (in the Store menu as well) Shopping Statistics (don't know how it's called in the english version, it's the third block from the top)



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