iCloud Mail Currently Down for Some Users

iCloud Mail has experienced a problem in the last few hours and is currently down for some users, according to Apple’s system status page.

General iOS Mail feature
There have been a number of reports on Twitter and from MacRumors Readers in the last hours, although the volume of reports does not seem terribly high, so the issue affects only a relatively small percentage 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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