You might have noticed that your Apple services conked out last Tuesday evening. According to Apple, an outage struck the App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, and Apple Arcade.
Apple’s status page revealed the outage. The Verge also reports that Apple confirmed that only some users got hit. However, AppleCare in iOS and Apple School Manager added that all users got struck.
Apple outage affects App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, iCloud, Photos and more https://t.co/Kbp8DIderB pic.twitter.com/NHaCKkEz4i
— The Verge (@verge) September 30, 2020
The status page now says that Apple had resolved 25 outages today.
Which Apple Services Got Hit by the Outage?
According to The Verge, these are the Apple services that suffered the outage.
- Find My
- Game Center
- iCloud Account & Sign In
- iCloud Backup
- iCloud Calendar
- iCloud Contacts
- iCloud Mail
- iCloud Web Apps (iCloud.com)
- iWork for iCloud
- Apple Arcade
- Apple Music
- Apple Music radio
- Apple TV Plus
- App Store
- Apple Books
Apple is also not the only company that experienced recent outages. On Monday, an outage struck several Microsoft services for many hours. These services included Microsoft Outlook, Office 365, and Microsoft Teams. After several hours, Microsoft had resolved the outages at midnight ET Tuesday.
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