Subscribe to
Posts
Comments
NSLog(); Header Image

iTunes Outdated Information

iTunes Outdated

  1. Notice that "Apps" in iTunes has x updates listed.
  2. Click "Check for Updates" in the "Apps" section of iTunes.
  3. You're taken to the iTunes store, and click "Get all updates" (or whatever it's called).
  4. You sign in.
  5. You get the dialog box above and need to revert to step 2.

So friggin' annoying.

4 Responses to "iTunes Outdated Information"

  1. Totally agreed. Maddening.

  2. This issue has been around since iTunes 9. Is it just me or does iTunes has too many of these kinds of windows for every action taken?

  3. Greg Smith said on October 11, 2010:

    This issue has been around since iTunes 9. Is it just me or does iTunes has too many of these kinds of windows for every action taken?

    Yes, to answer your question. I should click "update all" and enter my password and be done with it.

  4. After dealing with this issue for over a year, I've given up and accepted it. If you do find a fix, please let us know. It's ridiculous.


Trackback URI | Comments RSS

Leave a Reply to Erik J. Barzeski

Please abide by the comment policy. Valid HTML includes: <blockquote><p>, <em>, <strong>, <ul>, <ol>, and <a href>. Please use the "Quote Me" functionality to quote comments.