On 21st March, Apple fixed a large outage that affected Apple Music, iCloud, Apple Mail, Apple TV Plus, and the App Store. Apple customers, including corporate personnel, were left in the dark for much of Monday while Apple servers were down.
After a few hours, Apple claimed the network outage, which affected some of its popular services throughout the world, was caused by a domain name system, also known as DNS.
Apple’s core services, including the App Store, were down on Monday, affecting not only customers but also Apple employees.
According to Bloomberg, Apple’s network server troubles prevented corporate employees from working from home, while retail salespeople were forced to rely on pen and paper to register new customers and handle product service concerns.