As Apple discloses that its email service is experiencing outages, iCloud Mail is offline for some customers.
Given that, it appears that you are not the only one who is having problems accessing your iCloud Mail mailbox.
Are the other services of the iPhone maker affected? Its system status page gave us a glimpse at how the others are doing.
iCloud Mail Down
According to a recent report by Mac Rumors, some iCloud Mail customers complained on social media that they were having trouble logging into their accounts on the Apple service.
Users have flocked to Twitter, which is now controlled by Elon Musk, to report the outage they have been having for the previous few hours.
The number of complaints on Twitter and elsewhere appears to be on a very low volume, Mac Rumors says in its analysis. However, it appears that the outage only affects a small number of customers.
If “anyone [else’s] iCloud Mail is not loading for them,” a Twitter user questioned.
Another tweet that has the hashtag “Apple Support” inquires as to whether “iCloud Mail” problems are being experienced by anyone else. “I [can’t] get mine to operate,” the individual continues.
In response, the official Apple Support Twitter account stated: “At this moment, some iCloud mail customers may not be able to receive messages.”
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Apple Confirms Experiencing Outage Issues
The manufacturer of the iPhone continued by promising its customers that “the System Status page will be updated once the issue is rectified.”
And as such, we headed to the Apple website. Additionally, iCloud Mail is still battling a “Issue” as of this writing. The outage is still “ongoing,” according to the System Status page.
So it appears that the well-known tech titan is still working to find a solution to the current problem with its email service.
The help page also said that only some users are impacted by the problem. But those who are having problems could have to put up with “slow or unavailable” service.
The iCloud Mail outage has no impact on the iPhone manufacturer’s other services, though. To be more specific, the tech giant’s System Status page still displays the “Available” status for all other iCloud services.
It’s important to note that the IT company has not yet publicly stated the reason why some users’ access to its email service has abruptly broken.