On Tuesday evening, Apple’s iCloud service experienced disruption leading to multiple errors in account sign-in, iCloud Mail, and web apps via iCloud.com. The issues started after 7 PM ET when user-reported issues began pouring in on Downdetector.com and across Twitter.
Soon after getting so much of reports on social media, Apple acknowledged the issue on its system status website, as well on its Apple Support Twitter account. According to the report from MacRumors, some other Apple services, like Apple Pay and the company’s web-based app-specific password generator, were also experiencing issues. But Apple didn’t mention any such issues on its system status website.
Thank you. We’re investigating and will update our System Status page as more info becomes available: https://t.co/Z6TgsKWB3t
— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) June 3, 2020
As of now, Apple’s system status page says the issues affecting iCloud have been resolved. But the company’s support account on Twitter is still replying to users experiencing issues and saying the company is actively investigating.
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