If music, movies, or TV shows from the iTunes Store, Apple Music app, or Apple TV app stop downloading.
When you buy and download music, a movie, or a TV show from the iTunes Store, Apple Music app, or Apple TV app and the download gets interrupted, you can restart the download.
Restart a download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Open the iTunes Store app. On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap More at the bottom of the screen, then tap Downloads. On your iPad, tap Downloads. You won't see Downloads unless you have items available to download. If asked, enter your Apple ID and password. Find the download that you want to restart, then tap the blue download arrow .
If you can't complete the download on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, try to download it in the Apple Music app or Apple TV app on your Mac, or in iTunes for Windows on your PC. Then sync it to your device.
If you still can't restart your downloads, learn what to do.
Restart a download on your Mac or PC.
On your Mac, open the Apple Music app or Apple TV app. On your PC, open iTunes for Windows. If you're not signed in, sign in with your Apple ID. In the menu bar at the top of your screen, choose Account > Check For Available Downloads. Enter your Apple ID password, then click View Account.
Your downloads will automatically restart. If they don't, learn what to do.
If you still can't restart your downloads, try these steps.
Restart your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer. Make sure that your iPhone or iPod touch is updated to the latest version of iOS, iPad is updated to the latest version of iPadOS, or Mac is updated to the latest version of macOS. On your PC, make sure that you're using the latest version of iTunes for Windows. If you use Wi-Fi for Internet access, use a different Wi-Fi network when you download. If you connect to a home network, restart your Wi-Fi router. Also, check for and install any firmware updates for your Wi-Fi router. Refer to your router manufacturer's website for information on how to update its firmware. If you can't connect to the iTunes Store, check your settings and network connections.
Redownload music, movies, and TV shows. Learn how to turn on Automatic Downloads for your purchases. Learn more about iTunes for Windows connectivity tests.
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How to fix iTunes download issues on your Mac.
Stop me if you've heard this one before: you open iTunes, find an album in your library that you want to download, and then. it doesn't happen. This common problem can impact any kind of iTunes download, including movies and TV episodes.
There are some steps you can take to get your downloads back on track. Here they are.
What's probably going on.
Generally speaking, when you're having trouble downloading from iTunes, there's some kind of issue with your internet connection. Ch go to make sure you are connected to the internet by heading to the iTunes Store or trying a website in your browser of choice.
If it's not your internet connection, there could be something wrong with the iTunes Store or Apple Music. Check Apple's System Status page to see if there any disruptions in the services you're trying to use.
Apple also suggests the following circumstances under which downloading my have stopped:
iTunes quit before the download finished Your computer restarted during a download Your internet connection was too slow Another application, such as third-party security software or a firewall, blocked the download.
If you're internet connection is up and running, and iTunes and Apple Music are still working, check to see if one of these issues is preventing or stopping your downloads.
How to troubleshoot iTunes Store download problems on your Mac.
If things are otherwise working as they out to, you can ask iTunes to check for any downloads that might be available to you.
Open iTunes from your dock or Applications folder.
Click Account from the Menu bar.
Click Check for Available Downloads .
Enter your password if prompted to do so.
If there are any purchases that haven't been downloaded that should have been, those downloads will start automatically at this point.
What else you can do.
If you're still having problems getting your downloads started, try restarting your computer (have you tried turning it off and on again?) Personally, I find that this fixes the majority of small problems that I face. Also make sure that you're using the latest versions of macOS and iTunes.
If you have more questions about troubleshooting downloads in iTunes, let us know in the comments.
How to Solve “Why Can’t I Download iTunes on Windows 10?”
You can download iTunes from Apple’s official website. The website is smart enough to analyze your computer and provide an installer which is compatible with it. However, some users are facing difficulty downloading iTunes from official website, particularly on Windows 10. If you are one of the person that wondering “why can’t I download iTunes on windows 10?”, then don’t worry. There are several solutions available to solve this problem.
Why Can’t I Download iTunes on Windows 10?
There could be a number of reasons behind this problem:
One of the primary reasons is the private browsing mode of a web browser. Many users have reported that they failed to download iTunes when using private browsing mode. Another reason could be an add-on of the web browser blocking Apple’s servers. The problem may also be caused by