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Apple's website is currently experiencing issues for many users around the world, although parts of the website are still functional. Apple's oft-delayed system status page does not yet reflect any issues with the company's online store or other services.

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The outage is affecting Apple's website in both the U.S. and many other regions, but not all pages are impacted. The root cause is unclear.

Update 10:00 p.m.: Apple's website appears to be operating normally once again after being largely nonfunctional for approximately two hours.

(Thanks, Michael and Dylan!)

Article Link: Apple's Website is Currently Experiencing Issues [Updated]
 
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If Apple can be affected, I shudder to think those incompetent carriers' servers when a flock of iPhone users are trying to activate their eSIM...
 

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Build script issue. Styles and js haven't been built so they 404
Im getting a 403 error. Files may or may not be there, but a permission change is preventing these from serving up. Without knowing their CDN layer, hard to say if its something with the origin or something upstream
 
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That’s what’s showing for myself
 

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