Apple has been hit by temporary outages at several online services and retail outlets

An Apple staff member at an Apple Store on September 24, 2021 in Sydney, Australia.Photo by James D. Morgan/Getty Images

  • Apple experienced outages in various services on Monday, Bloomberg and CNBC reported.

  • Of the society website showed that several services were out, retail stores apparently had issues.

  • Apple’s System Status site now indicates that all outages have been resolved.

Apple services including iMessage, App Store and Maps experienced outages on Monday, according to reports from Bloomberg and CNBCbut the issues appear to have been resolved, according to the company site.

Reports began around noon EDT, Bloomberg mentioned, quoting the Downdetector outage tracker. The site shows that a few thousand people reported outages with iMessage, for example, on Monday afternoon.

Apple’s retail stores have also apparently encountered problems. A user tweeted that an Apple store was doing paper transactions because “store systems are down”.

Earlier Monday, the company failure site showed 14 current outages and said 12 were “resolved”. As of 2:00 p.m. EDT, the App Store, for example, was experiencing an “intermittent” outage among some users, the site said.

But at 4 p.m. EDT, all services were tagged as working or “fault resolved”.

Bloomberg reported that Apple told its employees the problem stemmed from “domain name system, or DNS, issues.” DNS is “the directory of the Internet”, wrote.

The company did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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