Some users have found that their existing iCloud Music Library has been deleted after activating the feature inside Apple Music. Playlists are vanishing across all devices, while others report duplicated songs, incorrect metadata, and other issues.
Yesterday, hours after the launch of Beats 1, the service temporarily went down for listeners. Unfortunately, another outage has hit Apple services.
Just a couple of days ago, Apple’s iMessage was suffering from an outage for many users. Now, it would appear it’s the Calendar web app’s turn.
Few days back a bug was discovered in iOS 8’s Mail app that makes it possible for malicious individuals to phish your iCloud username and password through a pop-up that looks very similar to the native iCloud login prompt. The bug allows remote HTML content to be loaded in place of the content of the original email message.
At the beginning of March, a major iCloud downtime hit Apple, causing several outages from the App Store to other services.
Have you backed up your iPhone lately? If you haven’t you may want to do so right now, because losing all your apps, contacts, and most importantly, you photos and videos, can be a huge pain in the ass. If you misplace, break, or have your phone stolen you’ll lose your entire Camera Roll collection of photos and videos. But if you made a recent backup you just may be able to recover all your photos and videos in no time.
While Apple’s iCloud service didn’t have the greatest 2014, just ask Jennifer Lawrence, it is still the best and most convenient way to store and access your iPhone or iPad files online. Apple provides 5 GB of free iCloud storage, but as with all things concerning space, you can run out of it. So, if you don’t feel like ponying up to pay Apple for more space, you can delete your backups to free up more space in your iCloud account.