Quick Answer: Why Does It Say Update Unavailable With This Apple ID?

How do I fix update unavailable with Apple ID?

The Usual CasesFind the app that you can’t update in the Applications folder.

Delete it.Empty your Trash.Open the Mac App Store.Make sure you’re signed in to your primary Apple ID, or the Apple ID you’ll be using on this particular Mac.

Find and re-download the app that caused the update error..

How do you fix this update is not available for this Apple ID either because it was bought by a different user or the item was refunded or Cancelled?

A purchased app can only be updated by signing in to the App Store with the same Apple ID that was originally used to buy it. There’s no way around that limitation, which also applies to free apps. If you can’t sign in with the buyer’s ID, delete the app and reinstall it. You’ll have to pay for it again, if applicable.

When I try to update my apps it says Apple ID disabled?

Often this message (“Apple ID has been disabled”) means that you have a billing issue–usually an unpaid iTunes or App Store order. If you can still access your account information, check your billing information and update your payment method and any other settings.

Can not update apps because of old Apple ID?

If it’s asking for a different Apple ID to update an app or apps, then they have been purchased on the other Apple account. You can’t change the Apple ID that an app has been purchased with. Instead, delete the app from the device and purchase it again with the Apple ID that you want the app registered to.

What happens to apps when you change Apple ID?

You won’t lose them but you will not be able to update them with your new ID. It is not possible to transfer ownership of apps between accounts. And simple change the primary email on your existing AppleID account, then nothing will change.