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Gban1984

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 14, 2019
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After updating to 13.2.3 my app updates still show up
as needing to be updated. The apps actually update so that good but the App Store still show them as needing to be updated after hitting Update all or even individually. The iOS update did nothing to fix it.
 

CoolBradG

macrumors regular
Aug 7, 2010
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Are you sure they're actually updating? When I click update mine try to start, eventually stop, and then when I exit the App Store some icons show the light blue dot indicating updated. However, when I went into these apps, they were still showing the previous version numbers.
 

Gban1984

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 14, 2019
4
2
Are you sure they're actually updating? When I click update mine try to start, eventually stop, and then when I exit the App Store some icons show the light blue dot indicating updated. However, when I went into these apps, they were still showing the previous version numbers.
You are correct. I had not checked the version numbers. So yes it’s still broken. And now I have 48 apps sitting behind where they should be
 

papbot

macrumors 68020
May 19, 2015
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It has worked for some and fixed a similar issue for me. If you scroll all the way to the bottom of that update screen you’ll see a sign out button. Sign out and then back in. Signing out won’t cause any negative effects. You could also sign out in Settings under the iTunes and App Store setting. But the App Store one may work better.
 

CoolBradG

macrumors regular
Aug 7, 2010
212
64
It has worked for some and fixed a similar issue for me. If you scroll all the way to the bottom of that update screen you’ll see a sign out button. Sign out and then back in. Signing out won’t cause any negative effects. You could also sign out in Settings under the iTunes and App Store setting. But the App Store one may work better.
That didn't work and now it won't allow me to sign back in. :(
 

Gban1984

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 14, 2019
4
2
It has worked for some and fixed a similar issue for me. If you scroll all the way to the bottom of that update screen you’ll see a sign out button. Sign out and then back in. Signing out won’t cause any negative effects. You could also sign out in Settings under the iTunes and App Store setting. But the App Store one may work better.
I tried that. Unfortunately there were no satisfactory results. Nothing changes. But I was willing to try again. Same result. Nothing
 
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