A number of Apple's MobileMe services appear to have been down for several hours now, and Apple's system status page indicates that the company is experiencing issues with MobileMe Mail, me.com web apps, and Find My iPhone.

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Occasional downtime for MobileMe is not terribly unusual, but today's issues appear to be more widespread than usual and lasting a fairly significant period of time.

Apple is of course expected to officially launch its iCloud services in the near future, with much of MobileMe's functionality transitioning to the new service. Users with active MobileMe subscriptions will, however, be able to continue using the service through June 30, 2012, after which time MobileMe will be officially discontinued.

Top Rated Comments

kycophpd Avatar
166 months ago
One final fail for MobileMe before extinction.
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snebes Avatar
166 months ago
I highly doubt that this is in any way connected but the online system of Bank of America has been down for at least 3 hours now also. Two very high volume systems that are offline....who knows though.

Too many people cancelling their BoA accounts due to debit card nonsense.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
WiLLGT09 Avatar
166 months ago
So Apple, what was that big data center in NC for? :rolleyes:
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BlendedFrog Avatar
166 months ago
I highly doubt that this is in any way connected but the online system of Bank of America has been down for at least 3 hours now also. Two very high volume systems that are offline....who knows though.
Score: 0 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rmwebs Avatar
166 months ago
This is why Apple shouldnt do web services. They quite clearly suck at it. I'll stick with S3 and Rackspace Cloud thanks!
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