It is said that one should change with times. Those who do not change with times face problems.
Apple strictly wants its users to change with times. At least that seems to be the case with those who use iOS 3.1.3.
According to various online reports, users of older versions of iOS may not not be able to download or use new apps because with the App Store is not entertaining the users who did not update their their iPhones or iPod Touches past iOS 3.1.3.
Apple has always strongly urged its users to install the latest version of an operating system, whether that be the latest and greatest release of OS X on a Mac, or the newest version of iOS available. It is a great way of spoiling the chances of potential bugs and security holes and at the same time, making sure that the developers have less OS fragmentation to deal with.
However, some people are never interested in updating or upgrading. There are various reports saying that devices running iOS 3.1.3 or earlier versions are unable to download apps from App Store.
Discussions are going on in Apple’s support forums. Some users are reporting that download buttons are missing the on-device App Store and some images (especially screenshot) are not getting displayed.
The reason for this “rejection” of iOS 3.1.3 is not known yet. Does your iDevice have iOS 3.1.3 or earlier version? Did you experience this problem on your iDevice? Tell us your first-hand experience in the comments section?
Source: iDownload Blog