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Apple’s website is currently experiencing issues and partial outages, causing the site to load incorrectly for many users.

On Wednesday evening, the Apple website began experiencing intermittent outages. Most notably, images did not load, and instead, the website showed plain texts and simple hyperlinks to product pages.

Occasionally, the website would return a 403 error, informing the user that they did not “have permission to access this resource.” Apple’s Services page currently returns a 404 error.

Many individual product pages appear to be working, and Apple’s Support site is still functional. Certain product pages, such as Apple’s Mac store page, are not fully functional.

Apple’s System Status page does not show any other Apple services as unavailable, suggesting that the outage may be limited to just the website.


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