“Apple Inc.’s iTunes and new Music service were restored after a service interruption that lasted for almost four hours on Tuesday,” John Fahnenstiel reports for Bloomberg.
“Apple TV, iBooks and the App Stores were affected, according to notifications on the iPhone maker’s system-status Web page,” Fahnenstiel reports. “Software updates for OS X, Apple’s operating system for its personal computers, were also down during the period.”
Fahnenstiel reports, “Tim Bajarin, president of technology consultant Creative Strategies, doesn’t think such disruptions substantially affect Apple’s business. ‘This just happens,’ Bajarin said. ‘The bigger issue is how fast Apple responds and corrects it. Apple’s actually at the top when it comes to correcting these kinds of errors.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: “Apple’s actually at the top when it comes to correcting these kinds of errors.”
Because they have so much practice. Ba-dum-tssss!