Update: Apple says the service issues should be resolved now although some issues are still being spotted.

Apple’s cloud media services are currently facing various server issues that are resulting in content being unavailable for many users. We’ve received many reports from readers via email and on Twitter about certain App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple TV features becoming inaccessible this morning. As can be seen in the image above, users are currently unable to access the Movies and TV Shows panes on the Apple TV. A reboot does not currently fix the issue…

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Users are also unable to download some major applications. Facebook Messenger is currently not showing as available on the App Store, and launches for significant app updates (like the new Skype 5.0) appear to be completely botched because of iTunes issues.

For some users the Apple content stores are completely inoperable:

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We are also aware of some new applications not propagating correctly this morning. Some App Store developers are also reporting that their applications are missing from the App Store charts:

Various Twitter searches also show accounts of the various problems:

Meanwhile, Apple’s own iCloud and Services status page is proving unhelpful as well, showing that everything is working properly:

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We’ve reached out to Apple for some clarity on the matter.

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