Apple Rolls Out Update to System Status Page – Now Tracks Services, Stores and iCloud

Posted in Apple, Apple News on 13/12/2012 by Chris Hauk


Apple has rolled out an update to its iCloud status page. It now covers 32 online services, and gives a graphical representation of any outages as they occur on a sliding timeline.


Unlike the service’s previous iteration, Apple’s revamped system status page offers a comprehensive look at most of its critical online assets, including Messages, iTunes and everything iCloud. As noted by the webpage’s title, the system tracks “Apple Services, Stores, and iCloud.”

Also new is an interactive timeline at the bottom of the page, where users can scroll through the past few days to seen any problems that were recorded, and also see the duration of the issue.



Chris Hauk

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