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Published on November 19th, 2012 | by Gizmodo

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Apple Just Can’t Keep iCloud In the Air

Today, iTunes Match went down.

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the AirToday, iTunes Match went down. Yesterday, it was iMessage and FaceTime. Since launching iCloud to the public on October 12th, 2011, Apple just hasn’t been able to keep its cloud-based services airborne.

Sure, the most basic iCloud plan is free, but iTunes Match costs $25 a year. As a replacement for the MobileMe catastrophe, iCloud has been anything but excellent. It’s painfully unreliable. Here’s a rundown of Apple’s biggest cloud failures over the last 13 months.

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

Apple Just Can't Keep iCloud In the Air

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