iTunes Error 11503

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  1. Ben1l
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    When trying to update the apps on my iPhone through iTunes. I keep getting an error messages quoting 11503. I cant find anything shedding any light on what it means... Any help?

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  2. m33x
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    [​IMG]Got the same error messages for two weeks now. Mac OS X 10.8.5 - iTunes 11.1 (126) 64 Bit. No fix for this problem until now.:mad:
     
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    Just started happening to me about 15 minutes ago
     
  5. bilbo--baggins
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    I seem to get errors like this in iTunes on a daily basis - usually when I'm updating apps. Today it was 11503, but I've had several other error numbers on previous days that I haven't been able to find any information about.

    If I click ok, and then repeat my request (eg. Update All Apps) it will then typically work fine.

    Update: but not on this occasion. For the first time, this error is actually persistent… I just tried 5 times and keep getting the same error, which is unusual for me.
     
  6. Baumer582
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    Same thing here. Updated a bunch of apps this morning, then when I tried to download a new one about 10 mins ago, been getting the error. The App Store on my MacBook, iPhone and iPad won't let me d/l anything.
     
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  8. m33x
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    Hope this will be fixed soon, still happening (Germany 3. October 2013 - 10:30 pm).
     
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    I too get this error but it would appear that if you limit the download buffer to 8 apps you don't get an error. A pain if you have many apps to update
     
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    How do we do that? I'm using a Mac
     
  12. PinkyMacGodess
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    By pausing all of the rest?

    I've had to do something similar in iOS, where if I have it update 'everything', it hangs, but if I do one at a time, they rip through fine. o_O
     
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    Pausing will be a pain if I have to do that all the time.

    That said just gone to iTunes and there was only 1 app to download and I still got the error so it can't be that.
     
  14. Aetles
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    Still getting this error too. Very annoying. It's also inconsistent, one app can give me this error on multiple tries and then it suddenly works the next time. Sometimes even a couple of apps in a row, until the error appears again. So I am definitely connected to Apple's server, it is just very unreliable.

    Tried all the usual advices, nothing helps reliable: rebooting iTunes, logging out/in of iTunes Store, resetting iTunes Store cache (the last one works for a little while, sometimes).
     

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