Spent nearly 4hrs on the phone with various Apple Techs, all the way up to whoever the top one is. Started out with my Safari Keychain Passwords not being synched to my replacement phone. My iPhone 6 Plus Lightning port was shorting out. They couldn't fix it, so they replaced the phone. After getting home I figured maybe I'll just sign out of everything, sign back in, and everything will be good. Well...that was a HUGE mistake. I can no longer log into the iCloud service (the website however is FINE). On both my Mac Pro and Macbook Pro, when I go to "System Preferences > iCloud", the panel takes 5min+ to connect. After that it takes me to a screen where my account is pulled up, but everything is greyed out. At the top is a message that is basically asking me to enter my password again to re-verify my account. At various random times I'm able to actually get into the panel, but then I'm presented with two other issues. If I try to connect the Keychain ( because it's unchecked for some reason), it asks me to enter my security code, and then does nothing. If I try to sign out, it says that I cannot sign out at this time. I'm a power user, have run all kinds of tests/reboots/etc...and this is absolutely not on my side. Talking to a tech, he guided me to that Apple Services page which has a green light for everything. HOWEVER when logging into iCloud.com, various services are shutting down and coming back up. They'll darken and say "Not Available" or something. I'm convinced something is going on with their servers and they just don't know it yet. Which is odd because...they usually know before we know. UPDATE: Tech has now said someone has confirmed it's something going on with their servers, however no one knows what it is. He's going to call me back in a couple of hours while they figure they problem out.