We understand you need to download an older version of Keynote that is compatible with El Capitan and we're happy to help. Since you have downloaded it in the past, then you may be able to download it from your purchase history. Have you tried checking your purchase history using the steps here: See your purchase history for the App Store, iTunes Store, and more to see if it allows you to download an older version?
If you have previously installed keynote on your old mac from the App Store. Login with that Apple Id in the App Store> Go to the Purchased tab and Click on Install. App Store will prompt you that the latest version is not compatible with your version of OS and will give you the option of Downloading a compatible version of Keynote for your current OS.
Unless you have installed Keynote 6.6.2 previously, (the version compatible with El Capitan), it will not be available to you, the Mac App Store only has the latest version of Apple applications available for new downloads.
I deleted Keynote because it didn't update. Then I tried to download Keynote again, but it doesn't. The screen still shows 'update' sign which I saw before Keynote was deleted. How can I download Keynote again?
The first beta of OS X El Capitan was released to developers shortly following the WWDC keynote on June 8, 2015. The first public beta was made available on July 9, 2015. There were multiple betas released after the keynote. OS X El Capitan was released to end users on September 30, 2015, as a free upgrade through the Mac App Store.
Apple's office suite iWork costs $19.99 per app (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) on the Mac, but if you bought an OS X computer after September 2013, Apple will save you the $60 and give you the apps for free. On an older Mac? There's a workaround to download all three iWorks apps for free.
At its big 'Hey Siri' event, Apple slipped in a silent hint in one of its keynote slides that the big El Capitan update will be pushed out to users on the 30th of September. Later on, the company put up a banner on its consumer facing site that 30th is indeed the date when users will be able to download the next-gen desktop operating system. Staying true to its word, Apple has released the final build of OS X El Capitan to consumers and is now available to download immediately directly from the Mac App Store.
If you want to jump right into the action, simply launch the Mac App Store on your Mac, and click on the 'Updates' tab up top. Wait for the page to refresh, and in a few seconds, or minutes, depending on your Internet connection, the OS X El Capitan update will show right up. Hit the 'Update' button on the right hand side to begin the download process. Remember, El Capitan spans a few gigabytes in size so make sure you exercise patience before you download it onto your Mac. We suggest that you leave your Internet connection idle so that you give the download maximum bandwidth as possible, just to be on the safe side of the fence.
El Capitan is an absolutely free upgrade for all Mac users and we highly recommend that you go ahead with the installation process if you're sitting on an older version of OS X. But before you go ahead with the download process, be sure that your Mac is all set and ready to embrace the latest desktop OS from the Cupertino giant.
And while macOS Sierra 10.12 will hit the public domain this coming fall, and of course, is already in testing with developers and public testers who are currently putting beta 3 of Sierra through its paces, the general Mac-owning public can now download and interact with the sixth major update to OS X El Capitan, which will ultimately set the scene and pave the way for macOS Sierra to make its grand entrance in September.
The final public version of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 is live and available to download for all compatible MacBooks and iMacs right now. The upgrade itself should be showing up via the software update mechanism on the Mac App Store, and can be downloaded and installed as an over-the-air update on any compatible Mac.
@rory in my experience, VPP assignment will assign an appropriate version of the app based on the OS that is installed. I have Keynote assigned to all of my computers and when I install the app on a Mac OS 10.11.6 system it installs 6.6.2. When I install on 10.12.4 it installs 7.1.1.
That is exactly how I want keynote to deploy , but it is not. I have only tried this since keynote became free, May I ask were you doing this when it was a purchased app, I'm just trying to understand where the difference lies?
@rory we owned a large fraction of the total licenses needed to cover our entire fleet and were deploying them as device based assignments before the app was made free. We "purchased" more licenses through the VPP portal so we have more than enough licenses now to assign a license to our entire fleet now. I've switched all computers to using device based assignment and it has worked normally. With one exception, there have been times where I've had a device based license assigned to a computer and would attempt to install from Self Service and instead of starting the install it would automatically pop open the App Store and ask for an AppleID to install the app. When this happens, I've found that if you quit the App Store and go back to Self Service and try again it will sometimes work. Typically though I have to do this 3 times before it will actually start to download and install the app. What is happening for you when you try and install the app with device based assignment?
Existing users can download Apple's iWork updates for free via the iOS or Mac App Store. Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iOS come in at 275MB, 233MB and 510MB, respectively, while the same apps weigh in at 224MB, 166MB and 465MB on Mac. New users can purchase the apps on iOS for $9.99 each, or on Mac for $19.99 each.
Get ready for June 6 at 10:00 a.m. PT, when WWDC22 gathers the developer community for an exciting online experience. Mark your calendars for the keynote and Platforms State of the Union. Learn about sessions, one-on-one labs, Digital Lounges, and more.
In addition to the online conference, Apple will host a special day for developers and students at Apple Park on June 6 to watch the keynote and State of the Union videos together, along with the online community. Space is limited and details on how to apply to attend will be provided soon.
The App Store is a safe and trusted place for customers to discover and download apps, and a great opportunity for developers. The following updates to the App Store Review Guidelines support new features in upcoming OS releases, better protect customers, and help your apps go through the review process as smoothly as possible.
App Analytics in App Store Connect helps you see how people discover and engage with your app. Now you can view powerful new transaction metrics, including redownloads, total downloads, proceeds, pre-orders, and updates. Each metric can be displayed by territory, source type, device, and more, helping you understand what drives your app's growth and success.
With iOS 15, users can download and store verifiable health records, including COVID-19 vaccinations and test results, in the Health app. Verifiable health records in the Health app are based on the SMART Health Cards specification. Users can choose to share verifiable health records stored in the Health app with approved third-party apps requesting this information, like airlines, event venues, and other businesses that facilitate in-person interactions. And in an upcoming software update, they can also choose to add verifiable COVID-19 vaccination records as a vaccination card in Apple Wallet to present to businesses, venues, and more.
Organizations that issue SMART Health Cards will soon be able to use a new button to let users know that they can securely download and store their vaccination information in the Health app and quickly add and present it from Wallet. Artwork and usage guidelines will be available soon.
Please note, this root certificate issuer has been updated from Symantec Corporation to DigiCert, Inc. Make sure to check that the new root certificate issuer is on your list of trusted CAs. You can download the trusted root CA (DigiCert trusted G4) here.
The App Store is a safe and trusted place for customers to discover and download apps, and a great opportunity for developers. The App Store Review Guideline changes and clarifications support new features in upcoming OS releases, better protect customers, and help your apps go through the review process as smoothly as possible.
But a much better solution is to get the current version of Numbers on that Mac. If it is running El Capitan then why/ not just download the newer version of Numbers from the Mac App Store? It will run it.
The computer recently started having problems approximately 2 months ago. I have since reformatted the computer, and the problems persist. I have downloaded Coconut battery which gives the following stats:
So it seems like my problem may lie in the graphics card itself. I downloaded a program called gfxCardStatus 1.8.1 and am currently forcing my computer to run off of the intel card only. For the moment this seems to have solved my issues. Time will tell if this will keep it from occurring...
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