So I finally decided to updated from 5.0 to 5.1.1. Only because I had a number of app updates that wouldn't go through without 5.1. And as expected, I ran into the common issues after updating. Photos disappeared from Album, but memory capacity still indicated they were still in storage. Battery runs warmer, and along with that battery drains quicker. App store wouldn't load. And a number of freezing apps. However, with the exception of the quicker battery drain (not ridiculously quick, but definitely runs down faster than before on normal day use), after an inconvenient restore from back-up all the other issues were resolved. Photos were restored, App Store comes up, and so far no apps freezing. But, one strange issue just popped up today, I tried searching online for this issue but couldn't find one. I launched the App Store app, and it told me I had several updates. I Updated All, and all but one updated. The one that didn't update gave me the notification The item you tried to buy is no longer available, but if you do a search in the app store 3 of them come up (one says Install, another $1.99, and the last $0.99). And to make things even more perplexing, I don't even have the app installed on my phone. So now I have this annoying badge telling me I have this one update to an non-existent app on my phone. Anyone ever heard of this, and more importantly, how do I get rid of the update? The App that wants to update is cPro craigslist Client for iPhone. Oh Apple, you never fail to impress and disappoint at the same time.