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    4 apps now show as incompatible when trying to update in the APP store
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    4 apps now show as incompatible when trying to update in the APP store
    Checked for updates on my MBA High Sierra 10.13.6 and now see the following listed as INCOMPATIBLE !!:

    Numbers
    Pages
    Keynote
    iMovie

    Don't use any of these apps very often but would like to resolve the issue!!

    Any and all input/direction very much appreciated.
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    4 apps now show as incompatible when trying to update in the APP store
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    You should be offered to download an older version of those apps?
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    4 apps now show as incompatible when trying to update in the APP store
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    Don't use any of these apps very often but would like to resolve the issue!!
    Very easy to resolve. Update to Mojave since that's the minimum required macOS for the latest versions of Pages, Keynote, Numbers, and iMovie.

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    4 apps now show as incompatible when trying to update in the APP store
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    Yep, I agree 100%. Mojave is stable, should run all your current apps and the updated versions of Numbers, Pages, Keynote and iMovie including 32bit apps although you will get a once only notification to say that "this app is not optimized for this device". Its just a warning for the current macOS Catalina which is 64bit only.
    If you are unable to find Mojave on the App Store, which sometimes happens when Apple releases a new macOS, get back to us and we will find you a direct link.
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