October 26, 2020

Stereobuzz Music Magazine

Music Blog News Stereobuzz

Apple’s App Store and music-streaming service hit by technical issue

Apple customers were left unable to use some of its major services after a technical issue stopped them accessing the App Store and Apple Music.The company said there was a “temporary issue” with the services – used by tens of millions of people worldwide – in the early hours of Wednesday morning.The App Store and Apple Music were affected by the problem between 1.20am and 1.52am, the firm said.App Store goes down, joins the rest of the internet pic.twitter.com/6H6iqIpex0— Antonio Stanchev (@antonio_s_t) November 21, 2018Some customers were left unable to download or stream programmes, films and music during the outage.One user Tweeted: “Watching a movie on our #AppleTV and #iTunes completely crashes. It’s even down on my #iPhone. Am I the only one? What the heck is up with this #Apple?!”In an interview with Bloomberg in May, the tech giant’s boss Tim Cook said the Apple Music streaming service had more than 50 million users on either paid subscriptions or free trials.Thank you. There was a temporary issue that has since been resolved: https://t.co/9PfvRO9yME Are you having any trouble connecting now? Let us know in DM. https://t.co/GDrqU22YpT— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) November 21, 2018The temporary problem with its services came after Facebook and Instagram were hit by a service outage on Monday.Some users around the world reported being unable to properly access the social networks, with issues including being unable to open pages or sections on the apps.Facebook has more than 2.2 billion users worldwide, while Instagram – which is owned by Facebook – has more than one billion active users.– Press Association