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Just a thought because I seem to remember this on an older system .. do you still have a Newsstand Folder on your device, is it possible the App has installed and jumped into that folder (I don't recall the specifics but I've run into a similar issue in the past).
If you have Newsstand enabled for your App, can you maybe try and disable that and install again? Does it make a difference ?
what happens is that if I try to install the ipa on ipad is erased automatically after installation. With the old system I was able to make everything work well. The app the previous version is in fact available in the app store