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  1. headwrong

    Pre-paying for the software

    Ah, sorry - I didn't realise it was an installer. I thought it was just the standalone app that could be run side-by-side with the mainstream iTunes. It won't overwrite your library but it might be a pain in the arse to get it back to the proper version of iTunes. Not sure how to help here, sorry.
  2. It'd be super handy if Application Palettes sync'd between desktop and iPad in the future.
  3. headwrong

    Pre-paying for the software

    In a bit of a convoluted way, yes You'll have to download this version of iTunes that still has the App Store built in: https://secure-appldnld.apple.com/itunes12/091-60759-201803029-1F70CB08-3131-11E8-9791-31052B2AA206/iTunes12.6.4.dmg You'll then be able to purchase Designer and it will be safely waiting in your Purchased app list on your new iPad, when you get it.