Earlier this week, some iCloud users noticed that the $0.99/mo 50 GB and $2.99/mo 200 GB iCloud plans had seemingly disappeared. Furthermore, some users received emails informing them that their 50GB or 100GB plan had been discontinued. While the issues eventually resolved themselves, Apple today has sent out an email to affected customers offering a bit more insight…
Apple on Saturday emailed some iCloud users to apologize for a bug that caused them to receive an email earlier this week stating their paid storage subscription plan had been canceled.
Did you receive an email from Apple in the middle of last week mistakenly stating that your iCloud service had been canceled? Well, you just might want to take another look at your in box. That is where you will probably find another email from Apple apologizing for sending you the first digital letter. Titled "Your iCloud storage plan renewal," the new email reveals that the cancellation of the account was a mistake and that your iCloud account will continue to renew automatically
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If you've received unexpected Apple Music and iCloud cancellation notices, you're not alone. Users worldwide received messages that their subscriptions were discontinued, or faced other issues with their accounts.
Apple Music and iCloud users in the U.S. and other countries received sudden subscription cancellation notices from Apple Wednesday, according to a thread on Reddit and AppleInsider.
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A number of MacRumors readers received an email from Apple today stating that their 50GB iCloud storage plan subscription has been "discontinued" and will no longer automatically renew. Several users on Reddit and Twitter have also reported receiving the email, which may have been sent mistakenly.
Update: Apple has updated its Status Page to indicate the issue has now been resolved. Redditors similarly report that it seems both Apple Music and iCloud are back up and running smoothly. Apple is yet to disclose what triggered the issue. It appears Apple might be experiencing some technical issues. Numerous users have rushed to Reddit and Twitter to complain their Apple Music and iCloud subscriptions have been unexpectedly discontinued
Update: Apple appears to have fixed the issues; the page is now accessible as normal. There are no changes to iCloud tiers or prices. Original story below.
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