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iCloud interrupt removed some macOS and iOS software and web apps



Apple’s iCloud service experienced an interruption Tuesday night and caused errors with account login, iCloud Mail and web apps via iCloud.com. Problems started shortly after 7pm ET, when user-reported problems started streaming into Downdetector.com and over Twitter.

Apple acknowledged the problem on its system status website as well as on its Apple Support Twitter account. Many users began to see similar error messages, including one that says, “The application you have selected does not exist.” MacRumors reported that some other Apple services, such as Apple Pay and the company̵

7;s web-based app-specific password generator, also experienced problems, though Apple never acknowledged as much on its system status page.

As of 8:30 PM ET, Apple’s system status page says that the issues affecting iCloud have been resolved. But the company support account on Twitter still responds to users who are experiencing problems and says that the company is actively investigating.

Update June 2 8:40 PM ET: Added that Apple’s system status page says that the problems with iCloud are now resolved.




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