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Apple TV+ content currently unavailable due to outage [u]

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Apple’s subscription streaming service, Apple TV+, experienced a widespread outage on Thursday evening.

In total, the service was down for a little over 90 minutes. The outage affected the service for all Apple devices, including the Mac. Apple has acknowledged an intermittent outage affecting both Apple TV Channels and Apple TV+ on its system status page.

Users on Twitter have also reported the outage.

The Apple TV app is down for me on multiple devices

— Chris (@domesticcadiz) January 20, 2023

AppleInsider staff have been able to reproduce this error, noting the iOS app often only displays the option to view a user’s existing library. If users can access the Apple TV+ tab, it shows a “content unavailable” message.

Update: 05:00 ET: Apple TV+ was restored after 90 minutes.

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