- Apple users do not have access to emails
- iCloud Mail affected by global outage
Apple’s iCloud Mail crashed, affecting millions of frustrated users worldwide.
The tech giant confirmed the service was down after reports of the outage emerged on Wednesday morning.
“Users may not be able to send, receive or access mail,” said a notice from Apple.
Many users have also experienced issues with the iCloud Web Apps, Apple Pay, AppleCare on Device and Apple Music.
Australian Apple users began reporting the outage to DownDetector at 6.30am on Wednesday.
Many Apple users are unable to send, receive or access emails after the iCloud Mail service crashed on Wednesday morning (stock image)
Australian Apple users woke up on Wednesday unable to access their emails
About 80 percent of outage reports on DownDetector were email-related.
Apple users have taken to X to vent their frustrations about not being able to access their email.
‘iCloud is down, and I’m expecting an important email. It’s so annoying,’ one gushed.
Another added: ‘iCloud services are currently down, the third outage in just four days. Users are reporting problems with iCloud Mail and the iCloud website.
A third wrote: ‘Making business a bit difficult. Any ETA for a fix?’
Apple fixed the problem a few hours later.
The widespread outage affected millions of Apple users worldwide