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iPhoto and Aperture are not supported any more and have been removed from the app store. From wikipedia (here): On April 8, 2015, Apple released OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, which includes the new Photos app. iPhoto and Aperture were discontinued and removed from the Mac App Store. The successor app Photos was just released – on the corresponding page at ...


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Mac App Store Review Guidelines - Apple Developer: 2.14 Apps must be packaged and submitted using Apple's packaging technologies included in Xcode - no third party installers allowed 2.15 Apps must be self-contained, single application installation bundles, and cannot install code or resources in shared locations 2.16 Apps that download or ...


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Considering there are million of apps that have In App Purchases (IAPs) then yes.


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Go to System Preferences > App Store > Change... (next to "Your computer is set to receive pre-release Software Update seeds") > Do Not Show Pre-release Updates


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Check this Apple page for screenshots. Open the App Store Preference Pane: Go to the Apple Menu () and select System Preferences. Select the App Store icon from the list of Preferences icons. Disable Pre-Release Updates: Click the "Change…" button next to "Your computer is set up to receive pre-release Software Update seeds." Confirm Your Change. A dialog ...


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Open the App Store app and go to Store → Sign Out.


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So I eventually succeeded in installing Xcode. Here's what I ended up doing: I signed out of the App Store using Store --> Sign Out. I reboot the machine and held Command + R to enter the disk utility. I ran the disk verification utilities and made sure everything came out ok. After restarting the machine again I was able to install xcode. No idea if ...


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It won't 'forget' the old ID. Those previous apps were purchased on that ID & are only licensed to that ID. The only way round is to either use that ID for those apps, or to wipe the machine & start over, repurchasing as necessary. For corporate use, it would be far better to not purchase through the App Store, but to buy multi-seat licenses ...


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I found that I had to delete all instances of "Install OSX Yosemite", which I had renamed to "Install OSX Yosemite_10.10.1" from /Applications/ and eject my old USB key, which was labeeled "Install OSX Yosemite_10.10.1" before my computer would download the latest (10.10.2) installer. Just FWIW, might be worth a try


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Have you purchased the iPhoto? If yes, you should see it in App Store > Purchases tab. EDIT: The problem was: Clicking on "Update" button didn't update application. Solution: Delete and redownload application.


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I had that issue with the 2.0.1 update as well. What finally worked for me (see this Apple Support Discussion) was downloading Pacifist and using it to install the update that I downloaded manually from the Apple Support site here. All you have to do is choose "Open Package" in Pacifist, select the Pro Video update disk image, and install the top-level item ...



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