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I have several iOS devices with iOS 7.x to 9.x installed and they are all synced with iTunes on my computer. How can I manage the differing versions of my suite of apps on these devices when iTunes keeps only the latest versions of these apps? Some later versions of these apps just will not run on iOS 7.x.

How would it resolve this conflict given that it is managing both devices; both different iOS versions and App versions suitable for each.

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    Your first sentence does not make sense please clarify – Mark May 24 '16 at 12:57
  • Do you mean to say: I have several iOS devices with iOS 7.x to 9.x installed and they are all synced with iTunes on my computer. How can I manage the differing versions of my suite of apps on these devices when iTunes keeps only the latest versions of these apps? Some later versions of these apps just will not run on iOS 7.x. – IconDaemon May 24 '16 at 19:10
  • @IconDaemon yes. Anyway to keep both versions of apps available in iTunes? – Alex S May 25 '16 at 13:27
  • You might want to try creating separate user accounts on this single laptop, one user per iOS version. These accounts' iTunes might be able to store the older versions of the apps. Worth a try. – IconDaemon May 25 '16 at 14:11

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