You Have 6 Apps to Accept > In App Store Post Yosemite Update

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  1. nobodyjustwalks macrumors regular

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    Curious if anyone else has seen this and thoughts about Appleʻs purpose.

    I was in the App Store under the "Purchases" tab and I saw that there was a prompt for me to "Accept" the iLife suite so that it could be assigned to my Apple ID, and so that I could receive future updates? Says a "unique hardware identifier from your computer must be sent to Apple to verify eligibility."

    I already have all the iLife apps on my computer and have had them for years. Why the need to do all this new verification?
     

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  2. nobodyjustwalks thread starter macrumors regular

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  3. madeirabhoy macrumors 6502a

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    me two, iMovie and iPhoto are stuck there, as whenever i ACCEPT it rightly realises that the two apps are already assigned to my ID. so they both just sit there.
     
  4. nobodyjustwalks thread starter macrumors regular

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    Same for me. Guess itʻs a bug. I "accept" all the apps and it tells me that theyʻve already been assigned to me. Hopefully the prompt simply disappears one day.
     
  5. Lachhh macrumors regular

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    Same here. Reported it as a bug quite some time ago, and it's still here with the release build.
     
  6. mactumors macrumors 6502

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    I pressed accept a bunch of times. Restarted computer and the apps were available on the updates tab. It worked eventually.
     
  7. Abba1 macrumors regular

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    They were available on the updates tab right away. But, on the Purchases tab, I kept on being asked to accept the new apps, and was then told I already had them. But, they were still asking me to accept them. I signed out of the App Store and signed in again, it remained the same. I shut down my Mac and restarted, it remained the same. So, it's still a problem for me.
     
  8. Jeff Flowerday macrumors regular

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    I had to clean install 10.10 for them to go away.
     

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