iPhone 16 Pro Expected Later This Year With These 12 New Features

A long list of Apple services are currently fully or partially down, including the App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and more.

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The full list of services experiencing outages for many customers, according to Apple’s system status page:

  • App Store
  • Mac App Store
  • Apple Arcade
  • Apple Books
  • Apple Fitness+
  • Apple Music
  • Apple Podcasts
  • Apple Sports
  • Apple TV Channels
  • Apple TV+
  • App Store Connect
  • Apple Podcasts Connect
  • TestFlight

Apple Business Manager and Apple School Manager have also experienced issues today.

Some users are able to access certain features offered by these services, so your mileage may vary as Apple works to fix the issues.

Update: Apple’s services are working again for some users.

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