Apple Card is seeing downtime this morning and Apple says the outage is impacting all users.

Update 12:19 pm PT: Apple’s system status webpage indicates the Apple Card outage has been resolved.

Update 11:06 am PT: The outage is still ongoing and appears to be affecting purchases as well, according to tweets we’ve embedded below.

Update 10:28 am PT: Going on four hours, the Apple Card downtime continues.

Update 8:28 am PT: The outage is still ongoing.

Apple updated its System Status page this morning noting the issue with Apple Card. Along with Apple confirming all users are affected by the outage, it looks like most all functionality such as making payments, viewing/managing the card, and even seeing payments is not available.

Users may not be able to manage their Apple Card, make payments, and may not see recent transactions.

The outage started at 6:17 am PT/ 9:17 am ET. We’ll update this post as we learn more about the situation.

Today’s issue comes shortly after Apple Card Family Sharing arrived with iOS 14.6 at the end of May.

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