Several high-level Apple providers are experiencing points and outages on Wednesday morning, Apple has confirmed. These points are impacting plenty of consumer-facing providers together with Apple Music and Radio, Apple Books, and the App Store platforms throughout each iOS units and Mac.
For some customers, the providers are down. For instance, there have been experiences circulating this morning that customers have been having issues streaming music through Apple Music or utilizing iTunes. Other have observed unusual issues cropping up on the App Store — like app search outcomes that solely returned a small handful of prime apps associated to the search time period.
Even when the providers are partially up, they’re generally a lot slower to load than regular — that means customers might even see clean pages for a number of seconds earlier than the web page is populated with its regular content material.
At the time of the preliminary experiences, Apple’s Status page didn’t replicate these points, because it confirmed all providers as being accessible. That has since modified. Now, the web page shows outages are occurring throughout the App Store, Apple Book, Apple Music, Apple Music Radio, iTunes Store, Mac App Store, and Radio.
The Apple Support Twitter account has additionally posted in regards to the outage, however has but to offer particulars about what has occurred or when it is likely to be resolved.
What’s regarding is that the account replied to a tweet with a criticism from a person who stated they couldn’t reset their password — a sign that the outages may very well be impacting different sorts of backend providers, as effectively.
Apple says it’s working to offer us with extra info on this, and we’ll replace when the corporate has extra to share.