“Monday, Monday, can’t trust that day,” The Mamas & The Papas would sing – if you’re able to check the song lyrics using Apple Music. Some are experiencing downtime for Apple Music. Not only that, the App Store is also facing an outage this Monday, as 9to5Mac reported earlier today that sensitivity labels are now missing from apps.
According to the Apple System Status page, there are currently two issues on its products. All users are affected by an issue with the App Store. 9to5Mac was able to confirm two of them: the app crashes and/or does not show app privacy labels, while the other issue is with Apple Music.
Apple has acknowledged these issues since 8:41 a.m. PDT, although 9to5Mac readers had an unreliable experience with Apple Music and the App Store even earlier.
Some users cannot access Apple Music, share or download songs, and even share lyrics, as you can see in the screenshot below.
For the App Store, it looks like Apple is already working on a fix, as you can read more about here.
The last time Apple faced a major outage was last month, when up to 26 services were down. 9to5Mac will update this story once Apple resolves these issues.
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