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  • Customers Having Problems With Apple iCloud

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    Customers who purchased Apple's iCloud are starting to notice some problems. The mobile platform, which was made to sync all files through various technology gadgets, has been having some malfunctions according to some of their users. Nick Bilton of The New York Times discusses more:

    If only Siri could help.

    Apple customers have been suffering intermittent problems with the latest update to iOS 5, the company’s mobile platform, and the new iCloud software, which is designed to sync photos, apps and music across several devices.

    People took to blogs and Twitter to complain about their frustrations with the updates and a lack of communication from Apple. Most were confused by the error messages they have been receiving, asking others on Twitter, “Is iCloud having problems or is it just me?”

    The problems seemed to have slowed down since Wednesday. Charles Arthur of The Guardian noted that the majority of the problems were because of a spike in Internet traffic, as millions of customers tried to download the new software update simultaneously.

    But mail, calendar updates and personal contacts were all affected.

    Apple did not respond to a request for comment about the service issues.The company has set up a system support page on its Web site with information about any iCloud problems. The support page notes that only “some” users have been affected.

    Mr. Arthur said that in the United Kingdom, traffic rose to “200 gigabits per second – equivalent to more than a fifth of normal traffic – a spike that lasted for roughly four hours.”

    Read more at The New York Times

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