Apple resolves issues with the App Store and Apple Music that affected users



Apple users globally have had issues with the App Store and Apple Music for two hours and the company said early Tuesday that it had resolved both bugs and got services back on track.

The website outage tracking service Downdetector has reported these issues and almost all users across the world are affected.



The App Store outage greatly affected iPad users and they also had issues playing music, accessing their profiles, viewing lyrics, and more on Apple Music.

“Thanks for awareness! The App Store is currently experiencing an outage. We’re working hard on this so you can access the App Store again,” Apple Support said in a tweet.

App Store and Apple Music users experienced intermittent issues for a few hours.

Reddit users had problems with Apple Music losing lyrics information, Dolby Atmos, and lossless audio from songs.

9to5Mac reported that Apple’s privacy stickers were not appearing on many App Store listings.

Some users said that logging in and signing out fixed them with missing audio features but not missing lyrics.

Now, both Apple services are resolved.

(The title and image for this report may have been reformulated only by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a shared feed.)

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