Apple Music, iCloud, App Store, and Other Apple Services again faces issues

Are you facing any issue with Apple apps like, Apple Music refusing to play music or any other Apple app refusing to update? No worries as it is not the permanent issue and you are not the only one who is facing such issues.

Many Apple services are facing problems and even the developer’s portal is unable to escape from those. The users from different countries reported the issues regarding slow performance, downtime, apps not updating, music refusing to play, and many such.

Even there is a green light from Apple’s status page, users are still reporting such issues. Users noticed that the issue may solve for a short period it they switch from Wi-Fi to 4G, but for their disappointment, they are required to wait for a long term solution.

The issues are being reported from all around the world; though the status page of Apple is not reflecting any problems. If you are also experiencing such issues, you can visit their website to stay updated on what’s happening. You can know where the problem is, means if it is from Apple’s side, then all you can do is wait. If there are any problems from the company end, they will sure tell users in their website. The issues that are faced in the past will also be updated.

From time to time, Apple is facing these type of issues and it’s irritating to the users as they are becoming more frequent. Recently, Apple stopped iTunes to replace with Apple podcast, Apple TV and Apple Music.

During the iTunes launch, Steve Jobs mentioned that it was the easiest and best to use jukebox software in world. But this music streaming app turned into a multimedia platform because of frequent updates over the years. Over time, the users became frustrated to use this iTunes app as it became too disorganized and confusing. Marco Arment, Apple Blogger even dubbed this app as a bloated buggy nightmare. However, the discontinuation of iTunes app put an end to all the issues that are connected with it. Now, with in no time, Apple is having another issue in its hands.

Apple unveiled macOS Catalina during WWDC 2019 with the announcement that all apps distributed outside of the App Store must be notarized through Appleā€™s new developer tool, but what Apple did not expect was the array of problems that came along the release.

To keep up with all the files the server failed while notarizing the apps and also it was too slow to use for the developers. This came into light when developers expressed their dismay in Twitter. Though the company noticed the issue on its System Check page, it haven’t solved the problems in time.

This year these were not the only problems that Apple faced. Earlier there were leaks on 2020 iPhone redesign and the launch of iOS 13 was riddled with some security issues. As per the sources, Apple is working to resolve the issues and wait is all that can a user do meanwhile.

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