There are a lot of apps getting updated in preparation for the new iOS release. Today I received notification that I had seven apps needing updated. So just now I tried to update, and got the same message as you have. I'm not saying this is normal. Usually Apple app servers can handle a lot of traffic but once in a while, particularly when there are so many apps being updated, you will get this message. I'd wait an hour or so and try again.
This has been going on for about 4 daysOriginally Posted by MattIM
Sorry you are have experienced this problem in the last four days. I just got connected and all my apps are now updating. Check to see if you actually have internet access and not just wifi running. I can tell your wifi is active from your picture but you also need to make sure that you have internet access as well.
On second thought, how are you posting on the forum if you cannot get to the Appstore? My bad.
Last edited by MattIM; 09-14-2012 at 01:21 PM.
Have you tried to do some of the immediate fixes to see if it might jump start it.Originally Posted by fromadaughter
Try closing all the apps down and retest.
Also, sometimes a restart and/or a reset (holding the power and home button) is good to do to. Seems to help a lot of things when they don't respond right.
iPad 2 ~ Wi-Fi ~ 32 GB | MacBook Air 13-inch 4 GB RAM/128 GB | Apple TV (3rd Gen) | iPod Classic 80 GB | iPod Touch 32 GB (4th Gen)
Try a reset and see if that makes a difference
Hold the power off button and the home button simultaneously, keep holding them in and you will see the power off slide appear and disappear, wait until you see the Apple logo appear before releasing the buttons. It will take a little longer for your iPad to start. Let us know.
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