This is a discussion on App update issue. within the iPad Help forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Mickey330 I'm thinking it's all part of their problem(s) with that developer portal. Mainly cause this is also happening to me and ...
Last edited by scifan57; 07-26-2013 at 03:53 PM.
It's not happening to me. I had 3 updates today, no problems updating with my iPad (6.1.3).
You will recognize your own path when you come upon it, because you will suddenly have all the energy and imagination you will ever need. ~ Jerry Gillies
Maybe it's not everyone?
All I know is - I am experiencing the same symptoms as initially described here. And have been since this morning. And only on my iPad. Because, the weird thing is: my iPhone 5 (on the same iOS, 6.1.2) - is working just fine. As is my sister's iPhone 4S. Both phones are jail broken, as is the iPad.
And, my Mom's stock iPad 2 (on iOS 6.1.3) also cannot open the Updates tab.
Maybe your's is "fine" cause you're on iOS 7?
Would be interested to see who else is having this trouble - and what iOS they are running.
None of my devices on iOS 6.1.3 will update apps, just the ones on iOS 7 beta 3.
I've taken the liberty of merging two threads together - as we all seem to be talking about the same issue: Some of us cannot get the AppStore Update tab to show (although we have update badges on our icons). In addition, it seems to be only the Update page with issues - all the others appear to be working fine.
Just didn't want to have two different threads going on the same topic. I was getting confused!!
Thanks for understanding.
It is working on my iPod 4 but not my iPad or iPad mini.... I have found if u go to the purchased in the App Store u can update them that way.... None are jailbroken and the iOS is up to date
Last edited by rhardin; 07-26-2013 at 04:28 PM.
Yes, thanks. At least I've got rid of those stoooopid badges (tho my Update tab is still a pretty white). Yay!
I have a LOT of apps on my iPad. So, I was kind of worried about going through each and every app I've ever gotten from the AppStore. Yikes!!! But, I remembered that I keep my iTunes pretty up-to-date with apps and their updates.
Then, I decided to check and see if I could update the apps on iTunes (and yes, they all updated just fine, there). So, I then looked in the Recycle Bin (on my Windows PC) for those apps that were recycled because of the new updates. That reduced the number of apps I had to look through in my Purchased tab to 25 (I had two updates showing on my iPad - so I wasn't as up-to-date as I thought...but still, 25 is a lot less than 100s! ).
I found the two that needed updating fairly quickly after comparing the deleted apps to my purchased list.
Maybe my "trick" will help others find their apps that need updating? Doesn't help the white page - but sure helps get rid of that badge.
Thanks again, rhardin, for the tip. Appreciate it.