Apple Music Experiencing Outage [Update: Fixed]

Apple Music, Beats 1, and the ‌Apple Music‌ Radio feature are down for some users, according to Apple's System Status page.

The outage has been ongoing since 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time, and Apple says that some users may be experiencing issues with "certain features of the music service."


According to multiple reports on Twitter, there are a good number of users who appear to be unable to access the entirety of the ‌Apple Music‌ service at this time.

There's no word on when full ‌Apple Music‌ functionality will be restored, but we'll update this post when the outage ends.

Update: According to Apple, the ‌Apple Music‌ outage has ended.

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3 weeks ago
Blame the AirPods pros
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3 weeks ago
One downfall of streaming music versus having the music onboard the device itself.
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3 weeks ago
Akamai is who Apple and others use for content delivery and they are down. Hence the Apple Music, iTunes, App Store outages.
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3 weeks ago
as I pop another cassette into my Walkman
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3 weeks ago
Apple App store as well.
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3 weeks ago
App Store is down on some devices down as well. Seems to be working fine for iPadOS 13.2, however.
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3 weeks ago
As I was reading this, I got my notification that I was charged for Apple Music.
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3 weeks ago


One downfall of streaming music versus having the music onboard the device itself.

…you can download the music for offline playback, though. And even have it downloaded automatically when adding music to your library.
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3 weeks ago
Mac App Store is not working either.
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3 weeks ago
My friend mentioned an iOS update taking longer than usual to download as well.
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