[Fixed] Apple Music, App Store, Mac App Store & iTunes Store down and not working currently for some users
This story is being continuously updated….new updates are being added at the bottom…..
Just in case you’re trying to get your head around why Apple Music, App Store, Mac App Store and iTunes aren’t working for you, find solace in the fact that you aren’t the only one facing issues lately.
We’ve seen users reporting the same across the micro-blogging site Twitter. While some say services like Apple Music isn’t working for them, other say Apple Music Search is broken for them. We can confirm the latter at our end, as Search on Apple music is throwing “We’ve run into a problem” error.
Here are some reports for you to take a quick glance at.
@AppleMusic what’s happening ?! Apple Music is not available 😩
— Martie (@_umaestudante) August 22, 2019
my apple music isn’t working 🥺
— i’m not his babymama (@vibewithnaani_) August 22, 2019
Why the fuck isn’t my Apple Music search working pic.twitter.com/wTVZ7NizPj
— ultimate_squid (@BTSsquids) August 22, 2019
As per Down detector, the service that gives information about outages, a service outage in regions like the UK and the US can be seen in case of Apple Music (as can be see in the image below), App Store, and iTunes.
As of while writing this, the company’s official system status page has confirmed that services namely Apple Music, App Store, Mac App Store, and iTunes Store are currently down and encountering issues.
So there you go. The outage has been officially confirmed. We are keeping a continuous tab on all related developments, and will continuously update this page with relevant info.
Update 1 (August 22)
As per the system status page, the glitch has now been resolved.
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