Apple's multiple online services have been down from several hours that now include iTunes Store too along with iMessage and iCloud services. 1% (3 million) iCloud users and 16.6% iTunes users are affected.
A real bad news for the Apple buyers. Apple's iTunes Store have also been down now with several other services for many users. It looks like that Apple's online services outage problem is expanding now that starts early Thursday. Apple is already getting outage issues with its iMessage and some iCloud services from previous many hours.
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Apple Services, Stores, and iCloud system status page revealed that the downtime started around 12:30 a.m. EDT on Thursday, according to AppleInsider. These services are still offline for many million users. Affected users may not send or download attachments in iMessage. Status page reveals that 1% of iCloud users are affected. Apple has more than 300 million users of iCloud. 1% means 3 million iCloud users are not able to use iCloud Documents, Photo Stream, iPhoto Journals, and Backup & Restore services.
On the other hand, iTunes Store also goes down as shown by its 'Issue' status. Apple reveals that 16.6% users are affected by this outage. They are not able to purchase anything from iTunes Store. Apple users can not also make Apple IDs for a short time period on late Wednesday.
Update: The Apple's status page now shows that iTues services are back online now. The yellow trianagle is disappaered that shows some issues in the service. The green signal depicts that Apple's iTunes Store is now back online completely for all users.