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

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According to Apple’s system status page, ‌Apple Music‌ has been experiencing problems since 1:17 p.m. Pacific Time, with the page suggesting that some users are experiencing “intermittent problems” with the service.

iTunes Match and Radio also seem to be having issues at the moment. We’ll update this article when the outage is resolved.

Updating: ‌Apple Music‌ is back to working as intended and the issue has been resolved, according to Apple’s system status page.

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