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Apple Music appears to be down for some users across the globe today. Subscribers are reporting problems with streaming songs and being asked to sign up for accounts, which they already have.
According to DownDetector, the problems began shortly before 9am EST.
@AppleMusicHelp Hi, Music on iOS 9.2 is telling me this when I try to play a song even though I pay$15/m pic.twitter.com/OAN5EMdtKy
— Eytan Schulman (@eytanschulman) January 14, 2016
OK who broke Apple Music? The service is down. Can't stream nada. Can't hear @beats1radio either.
— Lino Morales (@lino_and_rico) January 14, 2016
Apple has yet to acknowledge the outage. We have contacted Apple for more information and will update this post when we hear back.
Update (16:00 GMT):
Apple has updated its system status page to acknowledge the issue and says it has now been resolved.
➤ Down Detector [via 9to5Mac]
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