iCloud Mail Currently Down for Some Users

iCloud Mail has been experiencing problems for the past few hours and is currently down for some users, according to Apple’s system status page.

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There are many reports on Twitter and from MacRumors readers in the past few hours, although the volume of reports does not seem very large, so the problem may affect only a small part of users.

Apple says the iCloud Mail service may be “slow or unavailable,” but no other iCloud services are currently listed as affected.

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