March 11, 2015
In an official statement, Apple has thus apologized for the problems with iCloud and online stores this morning and that even now, eleven hours later, it continues to affect many users when trying to buy applications, music, movies or books in the App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store, and the Mac App Store.
According to a company representative, the cause was an internal DNS error at Apple.
Of course, in favor of Apple it must be said that Apple Pay has come out without a scratch from the experience, and that no one can be regretting more than them about the drop in service in stores. In the last quarter, Apple’s digital stores generated 2.6 billion dollars in sales so a quick calculation gives us that the nonsense has already cost them more than 13 million.
via Apple apologizes for today’s problems in its digital stores and points to a DNS bug as the culprit.
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