If you have dozens of apps on your iOS devices requiring unanticipated updates, don’t fret: you ‘re not alone in this, as it appears to be a general issue
Apple also seems to be reissuing newly released app updates for some reason not made public. Consequently, iOS users have been forced to reinstall the latest versions of some apps.
It’s not known precisely why such patches are being reissued, however, based on a report by MacRumors, it may have much to do with bugs that seem to impact applications running on the latest iOS 13.5.
This vulnerability means certain applications were unavailable, with an error message warning users: “This device is no longer available with you”. The easy workaround to enable the device to function again without sacrificing its settings and data is to unload the app through Settings > General > iPhone Storage, and then reinstall it.
The reissue of software patches may be intended to resolve this problem but that’s just a thought. Whatever the issue may be, it doesn’t appear to interrupt the features of the program. Without further deliberation, it is advisable to update that which is necessary and move on.