Apple services restored after brief interruptions globally

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Apple services restored after brief interruptions globally
Apple services restored after brief interruptions globally

Problems with Apple’s (AAPL.O) services, including its App Store and video and music streaming platforms Apple TV+ and Apple Music, have been resolved following outages that affected consumers in a variety of places.

Issues with Apple’s (AAPL.O) services, like its App Store and video and music streaming platforms Apple TV+ and Apple Music, have been addressed following outages that affected users in numerous areas, according to the company’s website.

According to Apple’s system status pages for many countries, issues have also been reported with Apple’s fitness program, Apple Fitness+, as well as Arcade, audiobooks, books, and podcasts.

Apple services were down for users in the United States, the United Kingdom, India, China, and Australia. The outage occurred at 2213 GMT on Wednesday and lasted more than an hour, according to the status pages.

According to Downdetector, which analyzes outages by collecting status data from many sources, including users, over 6,400 users reported troubles while using the App Store, while both Apple TV+ and Apple Music had over 1,000 reports at the peak of the outage in the United States.

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