According to reports, it appears that Apple’s services such as iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime and many others have been inactive for some users for some time. Now it seems that everything has been resolved but yesterday brought with it various difficulties on this front.
Many people encountered difficulties while trying to access some Apple services on Thursday night. Numerous reports indicate that iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime and others are partially or completely inactive around the world.
Many Apple services such as iCloud, Facetime and iMessage have been down
Update: the problems have now been fixed and Apple’s services are working normally again.
Although the Cupertino OEM has a web page dedicated to showing the status of its servers, this page was also found to be offline, and this confirmed the downtime of the apple’s services.
Second Downdetectorthe first reports of problems with Apple’s servers began around 5:00 PM PT.
While some users have noticed slowdowns while using apps like iMessage, Apple Music and App Store, others complained that all the services of the Cupertino giant were completely inactive. The reasons for the outage were unclear as Apple’s official website didn’t work as it should.
Have you encountered any bugs or were you affected by yesterday’s outage? Let us know.
In related news, we know that Tim Cook will hold a virtual event on March 8, 2022 in which he will unveil new products; there are rumors of the debut of an iPhone SE 5G, a fifth generation iPad Air, new Macs with SoC M1 Pro and M1 Max and much more. Probably, laptops and desktops with Apple Silicon M2 instead, we will see them at the end of the year.
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