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rosenbaa29

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 2, 2012
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So check this, AppStore went old school. Trick is to log out of AppStore via Settings an hard reboot. Wild eh?!

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HMI

Contributor
May 23, 2012
551
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I'm having the issue of new updates first appearing as "open."

When I first open App Store any programs that want to update will appear in the list, but will have the word "open" next to them, as if I had already completed the process, or simply showing the current version without the option to initiate the individual updates.

I need to quit the App Store and reopen it to "wake-up" the update process and present the individual "update" buttons.

It's happened for a few days/a few times already.
 
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Thetonyk123

macrumors 68000
Aug 14, 2011
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Earth
Just a tip if its running slow that seemed to work decently on my iPod touch 4.

Disable Facebook integration.
 
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8a22a

macrumors 6502a
Mar 9, 2012
990
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Yorkshire, UK
I'm having the issue of new updates first appearing as "open."

When I first open App Store any programs that want to update will appear in the list, but will have the word "open" next to them, as if I had already completed the process, or simply showing the current version without the option to initiate the individual updates.

I need to quit the App Store and reopen it to "wake-up" the update process and present the individual "update" buttons.

It's happened for a few days/a few times already.

Yeah, I've been getting that. It shows current version instead of the updated one.

It's annoying you can't refresh the updates page. It should have a pull-down thingy.
 
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