Click the "# Updates Available" link in the lower-right corner. Enter your Apple ID and password, and then click "OK" to begin the download process.Connect the i Phone to your computer by plugging the docking cable into the bottom of the i Phone and the USB connection to your computer's USB port.Once the app updates have finished downloading to your computer, they automatically transfer to your i Phone the next time you connect your phone to your computer.
If you see a different error when trying to launch i Tunes, learn how to fix unexpected quits or launch issues.Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.I miss the old days when we just used invisible ink.You can get cool games, handy utilities, social networking apps—you name it—exclusively through the i Tunes Store’s App Store.Once you find an app that you want to download and use, you can click on it and then click the Buy App button (or the Free App button, if it’s free).You’ll see the price right next to the app and, again, many of them are free.APP is a band that has one song in the i Tunes Store, “I’m on Fire,” which is a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m on Fire.” I looked at the popularity ranking for “I’m on Fire” by APP, and it clearly was not, so then I looked at a song called “A. P.” by a band called Papa Project, and it sounded like a harmless reggae-style background track, but I was afraid of what A. “App Anthem” is actually a pretty decent sounding rap tune, and while it’s certainly possible “App Anthem” may be littered with dirty words, I’ll never know, because I couldn’t make out a single word, but I don’t feel bad because I’m pretty sure no one older than 14 has even a remote chance of deciphering them.In fact, I doubt that decryption experts at the CIA could figure out what’s actually being said in your average rap song, which makes you wonder why other countries don’t just have secret messages sent to their embedded field operatives via rap tunes.Scott Kelby and Terry White share everything you need to know about getting apps from the Apple app store, including updating and deleting them, organizing and moving apps, and where to find the coolest apps.Believe it or not, I actually could have gone with the name “APP” or “A. P.” for the name of this chapter, because apparently we have run out of decent names for bands and songs. might actually stand for, so I went with a safer bet: “App Anthem,” by Jimmy Towle/Doug Kaufman.