Another week, another problem. Following an Apple Music and iTunes failure last week, Apple confirmed on Tuesday that a few of its services are now partly offline. This includes Find My, iCloud Mail, iCloud Contacts, and iCloud settings.
Update (9:19 PM ET): Apple says the interruption is now repaired across all its services.
The confirmation was shared on the System Status page on Apples website and was validated by 9to5Mac. While some users may notice that these iCloud apps are slow, others might not even be able to access them today.
According to Apple, the issues began around 2 p.m. ET. The company didnt supply a timeframe to repair the interruption in iCloud services. Heres how Apple explains todays blackout:
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Following an Apple Music and iTunes interruption last week, Apple validated on Tuesday that some of its services are now partially offline. This consists of Find My, iCloud Mail, iCloud Contacts, and iCloud settings.
The company didnt supply a timeframe to fix the outage in iCloud services.