Apple Investigating ‘Problem’ With Podcasts App That Began April 29 [Now Resolved]

Apples Podcasts platform is experiencing an “blackout” for some users, according to the businesss system status page.
” Users are experiencing an issue with this service,” wrote Apple. “We are investigating and will update the status as more details appears.” Apple states the concealed problem started on April 29.
Just some users are impacted by the interruption, according to Apple. No further information were supplied, and Apple has actually declined to comment at this time.
April 29 is the exact same day that MacRumors reported about a variety of problems that users have actually made about the Podcasts app since it was revamped in iOS 14.5, such as avoiding during playback, unreliable timestamps, unresponsive scrolling, episodes stopping working to sync across devices after being contributed to a library, and more.
Update: The failure has actually been marked as resolved on Apples system status page.
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