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Friday, 6 October 2017

App Store, iTunes and iCloud Fallen

Apple has updated its System State page to indicate that some users may be experiencing intermittent problems with the App Store, iTunes, Apple Music, and other services in the United States and in other countries worldwide.

Problems began shortly before 11 am Pacific time (20 hours in Spain) on Thursday, according to Apple. During this time, some iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple users may be unable to access these Apple services listed below.

• App Store

• Apple Music

• iTunes

• iTunes Store

• iTunes U

• App Store

• Volume purchasing program (vpp)

It seems that now the situation tends to normalize, but there have been very constant failures , which have generated user reports.

iCloud is a cloud storage or cloud computing system from Apple. It was released on October 12, 2011 . Since July 2012, the service has more than 150 million users.

Announced on June 6, 2011 at the Apple Global Developers Conference, the service allows users to store data, such as music files on remote servers for downloading to multiple devices such as iPhone, iPod, iPad, and personal computers running Mac OS X (Lion or newer) or Microsoft Windows (Windows Vista or newer).

His iTunes service is estimated to generate profits for Apple for $ 12 billion a year globally and maintain that program around more than $ 3 billion a year. On February 6, 2013 reached the 25 billion songs downloaded worldwide.

The App Store or Mac App Store is a service for the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac OS X Snow Leopard or later, created by Apple Inc, which allows users to search and download computer applications from the iTunes Store or Mac App Store in the case of Mac OS X, developed with the iPhone SDK and published by Apple.

We expect the service to be restored as soon as possible. Meanwhile, we continue to prepare content so that you are aware of everything , we hope.

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