Apple services resumed after being interrupted for two consecutive days, this was the reason


Worldwide Apple Known for its non-hanging function. But in the meantime, there was talk of Apple’s services being down, due to which many users had to face problems. Now Apple’s System Status page has revealed that Apple Music, Mobile App Store and Podcasts services of Apple Inc. have resumed after the failure for the second day in a row.

Users of the Mac App Store, Apple Card, Apple Books, iCloud Web App and Weather were also affected in Tuesday’s outage. On Monday, the outage affected 11 Apple services, including Arcade and Maps.

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It’s not clear what caused the service downs on both days, but Bloomberg News reported on Monday that Apple told employees the outage came from the domain name system, or DNS—an address book on the Internet. Which enables the computer to match the correct server of the website address.

Thousands of users affected
Thousands of users reported problems with iMessage and iCloud on outage-detecting site Down Detector on Monday afternoon. The problem of outages also affected corporate employees working from home as well as disrupted the work of those working in retail.

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Citing Apple staff, the report states that the outage has also hindered product repairs, swaps and item pickup. Let us tell you that this was one of the biggest problems affecting the entire series of Apple service.

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