Apple updated its system page to confirm the amendment of the outage of its App store, iTunes store, Mac store, calendar and other online services. Several users had been complaining about the outage of the online services from the California giant during the last few days. Many iOS users are reportedly still unable to access the app store, iTunes, and iCloud services.
The iOS creator has published a timeline on its support page establishing the time the outage occurred for different applications. Some users outside the US were experiencing no service for the iCloud calendars. A multitude of complaints were basically registered by the users on Twitter, as they expressed their discomfort on the unavailability of the services.
Apple also confirmed that some users were also restricted access to Mail and Contacts web application on iCloud. According to the iPhone manufacturing firm, the services were out from 9:40 AM to 11:50 AM for the iTunes and App Stores, while Calendar was down from 9:30 PM on 20 February to 1:45 AM on 21 February.
In other Apple news, the firm has released iOS 6.1.3 beta 2 to developers for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The newly released beta includes several enhancements to the Maps application for Japan. The upcoming iOS 6.1.3 update will reportedly fix the recently publicized Lock Screen bug according to Apple.
Did you experience the outage? Has the outage been corrected?