Updating iphone applications
To do so, you just need to: There are a few people have fixed the “can’t download apps in i OS 11” issue by switching i Phone language.If your current system language is English, you can change to a different one like French.Any component that has not yet been converted by the author, will display a 32 bit only warning in the component store.While we contributed changes to Nu Get to work with the Unified API support, there has not been a new release of Nu Get, so we are evaluating how to get Nu Get to recognize the new APIs.Please see our Tips for Updating Code to the Unified API document for known issues and work arounds.
This is definitely a huge problem as you cannot download any apps, even worse, you cannot update the ones you have installed. Before you try a few solutions listed below, we suggest you to wait a little longer.
Please see the Enabling 64 Bit Builds of Xamarin.i OS Apps of the 32/64 bit Platform Considerations document for detailed instructions on enabling 64 bit builds.
Whether or not you choose to use the automatic or manual method to convert your Xamarin.i OS application from the Classic to the Unified APIs, there are several instances that will require further, manual intervention.
After this setting, go to App Store and download apps again for a try.
If the “i OS 11 apps not downloading” problem can be fixed by this way.You'll need to remove the existing component/Nu Get, update to a version that supports the Unified APIs and do a clean build.