Apple iTunes Store and App Store outage

Apple’s App Store outage, traffic or server break down? Nobody knows. Those who tried to access the iTunes Store or the App store were not being able to connect and purchase the contents. The Apple iTunes and App Store outage was globally reported as the Twitter users were first to share their frustration.

Apple App Store outage

Apple App Store outage

Users reaction to the App Store outage :

Large number of users were repeatedly complaining about there problem in connecting to the App Store or the iTunes Store. That time the issue being face by users gave them a message saying that ‘Service Unavailable’ across multiple devices, also against updates. The tech giant failed to specify the origin of the trouble. Apple had to face a massive financial drop for this.

The App Store outage

Apple had confirmed the issue with the iOS App Store, Mac Store and the iTunes Store. For the temporary fixing, Apple updated its services page to reflect the outage in the digital storefronts. Apple officially confirmed the issue and apologized to customers for the inconvenience.

Apple said to CNBC.

“We apologize to our customers experiencing problems with iTunes and other services this morning. The cause was an internal DNS error at Apple. We are working to make all of the services available to customers as soon as possible, and we thank everyone for their patience.”

Fixed App Store outage.

Apple iTunes and App Store

Apple iTunes and App Store

And by now, the issue of Apple store outage has been fixed. Apple updates the system status page to confirm the App Store, iTunes Store and Mac App Store outage ended. The downtime of the iTunes and App Store comes within hours of Apple releasing new updates like tv OS 10.1. Watch OS 3.1.1, i-OS 10.2 and mac-OS Sierra 10.12.2.

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In the latest Mac-OS Sierra 10.12.2 update, Apple has brought new security patches, stability and updates to its new Operating System. The update includes 100 new emoji and gets rid of the ‘Time Remaining’ ticker that was available next to the battery display on the top right menu.