Apple’s Official Website is down for some users. Many users in India and other Countries are facing problems while accessing the site. Some users are complaining that the site is still loading however, some images fail to load. Whereas, some users are simply seeing ‘403 forbidden errors’
Early in the morning, Twitter was abuzz with users taking the microblogging platform to flag difficulties in accessing Apple’s website. The problems might be affecting the users who are planning to pre-order the new Apple iPhone 14 series. On Friday, the Apple iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max will go on sale.
One Twitter user claims:
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“The Apple website is going 403, and the Apple UK site is 404. This is where they announce that the iPhone 14 announcement wasn’t complete and that it actually includes USB-C and 100W fast charge /s”
Apple’s Official Website is down in many Countries
Apple recently launches a new iPhone 14, Apple Watch Series 8, and AirPods Pro 2. All devices will soon appear on the official website. Tomorrow, the new iPhone 14 series will go on sale. Usually, Apple makes the website inaccessible before a product launch.
The issue may also affect customers who are planning to pre-order the new iPhone 14 series. This comes a day ahead of when three iPhone 14 series phones- iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max will go on sale.
Apple does not clarify the cause of the error yet
At the moment, Apple is yet to clarify what’s causing the error on its site. This comes nearly a week after the Apple Store servers were down in some locations, right after the start of the iPhone 14 pre-orders. At that time, customers were unable to complete the checkout or trade-in process.
If you want to buy used iPhones in India, you can do so on e-commerce sites like Flipkart and Amazon. In fact, both of these platforms are offering some deals to customers in order to lower the current retail price.
The current error may trouble some customers who are planning to pre-book the new iPhone 14.
The iPhone 13, which was recently reduced by Rs 10,000 by Apple, is now available for Rs 69,900, and HDFC Bank credit card holders can get Rs 2,000 off non-EMI transactions.
Users of Flipkart Axis Bank cards will continue to receive a 5% discount. At the moment, Amazon has the best deal. The phone’s 128GB (white) model costs Rs 65,900. Users can also trade in their old iPhones on Amazon for up to Rs 13,500 in cash.
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