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Topic # 229022 3-Feb-2018 23:00
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So I ended up with the iPhone 8 Plus - YAY!!

 

I backed up everything to iTunes, and restored all the information to the new iPhone - but all the apps are stuck on loading

 

Is it because I have soooo many apps?  I just installed the latest update (couldn't proceed without doing that), and none of the apps work.  Help!!  Please!!!

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1951275 3-Feb-2018 23:39
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That's very possible. If they don't continue downloading, restart the phone (I had that issue with my iPhone X, apps wouldn't download). Other than that, pause all the other downloads.





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  Reply # 1951276 3-Feb-2018 23:49
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You just have to wait ages for them to all download over wifi. In the old days, I recall you could restore apps from itunes on the computer, but I don't think they do that anymore. Haven't done it for ages myself.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1951284 4-Feb-2018 00:58
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Be patient. :)
If you had a lot of apps then it can take a while for them to all download.




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