A large percentage of Apple's online services, including iCloud and the App Store, are experiencing a service outage. The problems stem from issues currently affecting Amazon Web Services, which Apple uses to power part of its online infrastructure.
According to Apple, the following services are experiencing some kind of issue:
- App Store
- Apple Music
- Apple School Manager
- iBooks Store
- iCloud Backup
- iCloud Drive
- iCloud Notes
- iCloud Web Apps
- iTunes in the Cloud
- iTunes Match
- iTunes Store
- iWork for iCloud
- Mac App Store
- Volume Purchase Program
Other services, including Find My iPhone, Reminders, and Maps, all seem to be in working order. According to Apple, fewer than 0.04% of customers are affected by the issues with iCloud. There is no word just yet as to when service will be fully restored, but a lot of that depends on Amazon.
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