Thursday, December 13, 2012

Apple Page reform services status

Screen Shot 2012 12 13 at 7.04.07 PM Apple reforma la página de Estado de sus Servicios

During the last couple of months we have only to experience problems with iCloud services, especially IMessages and FaceTime. Apple has finally decided to take the step to improve the web section which shows the status of their services . So far, we could only tell of falling through a simple page that we saw if iCloud generally worked or not.

From now on we will be able to view the particular state of each of the services: Apple ID, iMessage, Siri (which also often takes too long to connect to servers), Game Center, iChat, dictations, Maps and FaceTime. Inside we can see the state iCloud Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Bookmarks and tabs, Notes, Photo Stream, Documents, Backup, Find My iPhone, Find My Friends, Back to Mac, iTunes in the Cloud, iTunes Match, iPhoto,, Accounts and Login and Storage Extensions.

Finally, Apple also begins to show the status of each store: App Store, Mac Store, iBooks, iTunes Store, Apple Online Store and Photo Printing (although the latter sections often fail less often).

Below the information box, find a chart that tells us timely failure occurred, how long it lasted and what was due.

A very positive step that has given Apple. Now we just need IMessages not fail every few minutes.

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Source- Apple / iMore

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