Random alert? “Looks like ‘Circles’ is no longer available.”

RoboCop001

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I’m on public beta 1 and just got a handful of alerts.

They each said “Looks like (something) is no longer available.” And “something” being different in each of them.

And ideas what that’s about?

iPad Air 2.

Update: looks like it’s a beta bug. I deleted and re-added the songs to my playlist on my iPhone running iOS 10. They downloaded and played just fine. But the iPad still says they’re not available and fails to download them. Oddly enough, the songs are playable directly from Apple Music. They just won’t add properly to or play from my playlist. I’ll send a report.
 
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CTHarrryH

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Do you have old apps - that might still be 32 bit. Those will not work and won't launch in IOS11
 

RoboCop001

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Do you have old apps - that might still be 32 bit. Those will not work and won't launch in IOS11
No old apps and certainly no apps with the names mentioned in the alerts. The only thing I can think of is that it’s referring to wallpapers. But I don’t remember which ones come with iOS by name.

Have you got a screen shot?
Didn’t take a screenshot but it’s just a regular white alert box with an OK button on it.
 

dajuberthelot

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It’s an alert from the music app, it did this to me. I went in my library and deactivated the download of the song.
 

RoboCop001

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It’s an alert from the music app, it did this to me. I went in my library and deactivated the download of the song.
Thanks for the reply! That sucks. Looks like there was an album removed from the iTunes library. That’s too bad, really liked those songs.

Update: looks like it’s a beta bug. I deleted and re-added the songs to my playlist on my iPhone running iOS 10. They downloaded and played just fine. But the iPad still says they’re not available and fails to download them. Oddly enough, the songs are playable directly from Apple Music. They just won’t add properly to or play from my playlist. I’ll send a report.
 
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