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Apple services, including its App Store, are restored after brief interruptions

Problems with Apple services, including its App Store, video and music streaming platforms Apple TV+ and Apple Music, were resolved after outages that affected users in multiple regions, the company's website showed.

Issues were also reported in Apple's fitness service, Apple Fitness+, as well as Arcade, audiobooks, books and podcasts, according to Apple Aapl.O system status pages for several countries reviewed by Reuters.

Apple services fell for users in countries such as the United States, Great Britain, India, China and Australia. The outage began around 2213 GMT on Wednesday and lasted more than an hour, status pages showed.

More than 6,400 users reported problems they faced when using the App Store, and both Apple TV+ and Apple Music had more than 1,000 reports at the height of the outage in the United States, according to Downdetector, which tracks outages by collecting status reports from various sources, including users.

Apple did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.