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Topic # 100971 21-Apr-2012 19:54
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As per subject. Earlier today I wanted to purchase a new app and was required to do the new security questions.
Did these, but then the app would not download. Icon appeared on home screen, but never changed from "waiting".
Tried to update two apps with updates available, no luck either. After some time get a "Could not connect to App Store" error.

Have restarted device, logged out and in of Store accoutn etc, but no joy.
Have googled and there is someone on Apple discussions with same issue today, but no solution.

Anyone else getting this issue? Any ideas?

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  Reply # 612952 21-Apr-2012 20:35
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Ahh I had that problem. It's just sorted itself though. Was trying to do some updates.




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  Reply # 612953 21-Apr-2012 20:44
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Me too but problem is solved now. Those security questions are annoying

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 613026 22-Apr-2012 00:26
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Well after about 12 hours of not working, it's now working correctly.
I didn't change anything, I guess we'll never know!

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  Reply # 613032 22-Apr-2012 08:03
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I had that overnight but while renting a movie. At the end I started a VPN and it downloaded it fine to my HTPC.




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  Reply # 613033 22-Apr-2012 08:15
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I've had that problem before, but not necessarily over the last day or so. I think it's a broader fault rather than a one-off outage.

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