Another day, another outage by a major cloud provider.
Apple is currently experiencing a major outage which seems to be getting worse. Starting at 8:00 EDT Apple was reporting issues and now as of 9:25 EDT Apple is currently reporting 24 outages across their network including iTunes, iCloud, Mac App Store, Apple TV, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple Books, News, and other services.
Apple gives the “all clear” – update at 11:25 EDT
Apple has all services restored. You can download TikTok again…
Update at 10:30 EDT
Apple has updated their site saying that now there are 10 current outages.
Apple reports their system status with only simple icons and unlike other cloud providers, provides no details or ETA for the next update. Check back for details as they come in.
Dan Patrick is the Chief Infrastructure Architect for Solliance and a 15 year veteran at Microsoft. He has an extensive background in IT Infrastructure and Operations.
Dan has both architected and lead teams building and supporting some of the largest service providers in North America with as many 15,000 Windows Servers and 120 million endpoints.
Dan has worked with Azure IaaS solutions extensively since 2012. He has a passion for Virtualization with deep experience leveraging Hyper-V, Vmware, and Citrix. He is also a Clustering specialist focusing on large host clusters and SQL Always On Availability Groups.
Recently Dan, authored the Networking, Azure Active Directory and Containers portion of the 70-533 Exam Reference for Microsoft Press.
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