Apple’s Find My and iCloud are Currently Down for Some Users


A few of Apple’s services are currently unavailable to some users worldwide. The ongoing issue, which impacts Find My, iCloud Calendar, iCloud Mail, the iCloud website, and even the Screen Time feature, has been confirmed by Apple.

The problems were discovered for the first time, according to Apple’s website, around 3:55 AM ET. They may be “experiencing an issue with the service,” according to the company, which claims that “some users have been affected.” Apple states that the service “may be slow or unavailable” for other services, such as the iCloud website.

All services that are impacted are listed below:

  • Find My
  • iCloud Calendar
  • iCloud Contacts
  • Screen Time
  • iCloud Keychain
  • iCloud Mail
  • iWork for iCloud
  • iCloud Web Apps

Users have acknowledged that they are currently unable to access some iCloud services on Twitter. There have also been numerous reports of ongoing iCloud problems on the DownDetector website. Sadly, Apple doesn’t specify when the services are anticipated to resume operation.

A few of Apple’s developer tools, including TestFlight and the Developer ID Notary Service, were unavailable for several hours last week.

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