I am backing up my iPhone to the iCloud, and synching to my iTunes wirelessly. But for some reason it is downloading all of my apps to my iTunes on my computer. I do not want nor need it on my computer. How can I stop that?
so the only 2 things I liked about the iPad are the mail and calendar apps... In my opinion these 2 apps look way better on the tablet then they do in Leopard/Snow Leopard. Do you guys think these will be included in the next OSX update (at least the interface), or are these iPad exclusives to give it that extra oomph.
Other than that i wasn't impressed at all with the iPad it was exactly what I expected it to be based on rumors and my own speculation. An oversized ipod touch designed to push paid content on the user.
I have a problem with adding new apps to my iPad. (This has worked before). With my Ipad I can search in the app store, choose an app, and enter my credentials for downloading or updating an app. After inserting my credentials, the new icon of my new app appears on the screen. On this moment an error appears, in dutch "Verbinding met iTunes store mislukt" meaning, "Connection with iTunes store failed".
- restart of the ipad (Home button and power button together until Apple logo appears)
- new appleID
- Contact with the apple support desk
- Email with the american support desk
- Connect to another WIFI connection point
- upgrade to the latest OS.
There is an internet connection, because Safari, and email are working fine on my iPad.
I am currently relaxing on the nice Beach of jamaica and have rent a movie from my German iTunes store. After clicking "Rent" and confirming the movie is not appearing under the "Download" Tab in iTunes neither in the Library.
I got a Macbook about a year ago and it would only download certain things (ie. skype, Mozilla Firefox). The other things (ie. DND online, vindictus nexon, pretty much any game I want to play that requires me to download a client) will only show me a text edit document with a bunch of symbols and letters. It wasn't that much of an issue before, but now I'm getting a tad irritated by it.
I have no idea what happened. it was working fine last week, and then the other day I tried to open up iMovie and i get "The operation could not be completed / An unexpected error occurred (error code -10810)" This happens every time i try to open anything in my applications folder. the programs on my dock open up fine.
I accidentally clicked on download Mac OSX Lion under my purchases and the only options are to pause and resume the download. I don't want to download it, and only see the option to pause the download. What are my options?
Info: MacBook Air (13-inch Late 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
A few days ago iTunes started to crash when updating some apps. I have about 25-30 apps to be updated. When I click update all, it started to downloadin
apps but when it came to a certain app, it crashed. It starts to download the app, continue downloading for a few seconds, than freezes and crashes. This happens in more than 5 apps. Other apps in my library downloaded without any problem.
I tried almost everything, deleted the iTunes folder completely, tried to download the same app, and it crashed again.
Finally I formatted the iMac, installed a fresh Mavericks, immediately opened iTunes tried to download the same apps, they all crashed. Could the files on the Apple's servers be corrupted?
I have an iMac and Macbook pro. Whenever I buy something from iTunes or the App store both machines back this data up on their respective hard drives as well as providing a copy to the primary device (iPod or iPad) meaning that I have multiple copies when I only need one back up. How do I turn off this on say the MacBook Pro so that it only backs up on the iMac?
I cannot download apps or updates on the Mac App store. Whenever I try to download apps or updates the page seems to be loading something but nothing really happens. I cannot even log out from my apple account on the app store.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Late 2008), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
i have been using my iPad and iPhone for a little over a year and have many many apps on both that I can easily update from device to device...I recently added the Mac Mini desk top to my work and want to sync some of the apps plus the info they contain on my desk top but can not figure out how to please help
I'm convinced that the next version of OSX will allow you to install and run natively all iPhone and iPad apps, with future screens being touch enabled, and those that aren't let you use the mouse instead of your finger when gesturing. I can't wait till I can install and run the facebook app on a MBP, for no reason in particular, just because I can.
Is there any way to permanently keep my iphone and iPad apps OFF of my macbook pro? Every time I connect, I ensure that "sync apps" is not checked, but then iTunes says I will lose my purchases if I don't transfer them over. This does not seem to be the case, however- aren't all of your app purchases automatically registered on iCloud? So I click transfer purchases, but this of course then puts EVERY APP onto my iTunes, which takes up a whopping 36GB of space. I can't afford to have that much space taken up! Should I just ignore the iTunes warning, or is there another way to ensure that iTunes doesn't keep these seemingly useless and HUGE backups on my macbook?
Quick background, I just bought an iPad2 for my class and I want to only have apps related to education. My wife has an iPad 2 and whenever I buy a song, it automatically syncs it with her iPad. I don't want that with my class' iPad. Is there a way to set it up, so this will not happen?
When I try to download app, it requests my password. Everything is fine. App is put on my desktop, it says "waiting". But then nothing. Tried to resign, toggle on and off jiggle mode, removing and installing app again.