Apple’s iCloud functionality serves as the online storage that interconnects all of its most popular applications, which means that if it goes down it has a knock-on effect for users who won’t be able to access their data and saved files. Here’s how to check if Apple iCloud is down for those who are struggling to use their apps and files.
How to Check If Apple iCloud Is Down
Checking whether Apple iCloud is down is made simple by the system status page, which clearly indicates the health of each server, sorted by the applications they support. As you can see in the above image, it makes for an easy reference to quickly check whether an application that you might be struggling to use has been impacted by some sort of server issue.
A green light obviously indicates that a server is running normally, while a red light indicates an issue. Typically, any current or resolved issues are detailed with information that you can access by pressing the link.
Do note that there is a separate server status page for app developers, which can be viewed here.
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