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Having trouble updating apps? Here's how to fix it

Are you trying to update the apps on your device ahead of the release of iOS 7 and having trouble connecting to the App Store? The chances are that you may need to accept the new App Store terms and conditions.

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iOS 7 app updates galore pushing out, tell us what you've had!

Today's the day; iOS 7 release day! While we're eagerly awaiting Apple flipping the switch sometime later today, it seems that app developers have been equally busy getting their apps ready. We've got app updates galore pushing out through the App Store this morning – I had 19 update notifications when I woke up! We can't possibly cover them all, so that's where you guys come in!

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Perfect Weather for iPhone brings simplicity and detailed weather information together

Perfect Weather for iPhone is a new weather app by the makers of Launch Center Pro. The interface is ready for iOS 7 but also utilizes screen real estate efficiently to provide more information than most simplistic weather apps without looking cluttered.

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Amazon Instant Video for iOS adds AirPlay streaming

Amazon Instant Video for iOS has been updated to allow users to stream content to their Apple TV through AirPlay, along with other new features and improvements. The update also lets users dig into the information surrounding their movie or TV program, with comprehensive IMDB information, including the cast, director, trivia, and quotes.

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App Store offering up older versions of iOS apps for some, leaves many unanswered questions

When iOS 7 hits tomorrow, app compatibility with older versions of iOS will become a thing again, though it looks as if Apple may be about to implement a solution for owners of older hardware. A Reddit thread has emerged, alerting us to some folks being offered a download of an older version of an app whose latest version requires a newer build of iOS.

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iFruit is your Grand Theft Auto V companion for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

As the clock ticks over midnight around the world tomorrow morning, a gaming goliath goes on sale that has its very own companion app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. We're of course talking about Grand Theft Auto V, and the iFruit application which has become available in the App Store on the eve of the big launch. Only iFruit isn't just an app, it's an app representing a phone – just in case you didn't get the connection yet – with other apps inside of it. So, what do we get?

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Sony and Camera360 team up, support for Cyber-shot QX cameras coming in next update

Popular camera application, Camera360, has announced that a forthcoming update will add support for Sony's QX10 and QX100 clip-on camera to use when the device is connected to your iPhone. The QX cameras – for better, or worse – were highlight products for us from the recent IFA 2013 event in Berlin, if for no other reason than it being a new and interesting idea.

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PCalc 3.0 for iOS brings new, iOS 7 design, constant functions, and more!

PCalc, one of the most popular alternative calculator apps for both iPhone and iPad, has just been updated to version 3.0 and brings with it lots of updates, changes, and new features. Most notably, the design and interface has been completely redone to feel more at home on iOS 7.

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Apps of the week: JARVIS, Strata, Authy and more!

It's the weekend, and after the crazy week we've had what better way to kick back and relax than with another fine selection of apps from the iMore writing team. We've got a good bunch again this week covering both iOS and OS X, so let's dive in and take a look!

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iWork for iOS going free gives Microsoft something to think about

Slipped into the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c keynote earlier this week, was the announcement that the iWork suite of apps for iOS would be going free with new iOS device purchases. This includes mobile productivity apps Pages, Numbers and Keynote, Apple's answer to Microsoft Office. There's been much said about how this might affect Microsoft's product, and Paul Thurrott of the Supersite for Windows has weighed in:

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