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Apple expands System Status site for disruption info

Apple has launched an expanded System Status page on its support website that clearly illustrates whether individual services and stores are operating normally or experiencing issues. The issues are broken down on a detailed timeline that shows when services may have been disrupted, and how many users may have been affected by the problem. For instance, the timeline shows that iCloud Mail and numerous other iCloud services experienced issues this afternoon. A link is also included for users who are experiencing issues not noted on the page. [via The Next Web]

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