Apple Music is currently experiencing an outage, which is causing the music streaming service not to work as expected for some subscribers.


According to Apple’s system status page, Apple Music has been experiencing issues since 1:17pm PST, with the page stating that some users may “experience intermittent issues” with the service.

iTunes Match and Radio also appear to be experiencing issues at this time. We will update this article when the outage is resolved.

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