Today's Apple CloudKit service seems to have a prolonged problem that Apple has offered to developers as a way to store user data and synchronize it between devices. Several developers have reported that the data of the app is temporarily erased within the last 24 hours as the CloudKit service experiences some kind of outage.
On the Developer System Status page, we are reporting a problem with CloudKit Dashboard, a backend management interface that developers use to manage CloudKit containers. Clearly, these issues not only have dashboards, but Apple's system status page has no entry for CloudKit itself.
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The developers of the application Pixa says that they confirmed yesterday that all the user's photo records are gone. They got in touch and contacted Apple's development team and kept in touch with CloudKit personnel. The person obviously confirmed this problem and they are working on correction.
Pixa's data has been successfully restored, but the problem is that even if you dispose the app to many people, you will see your own application data returned. EA's popular Scrabble application also experiences seemingly downtime related to CloudKit's problem.
Many Twitter developers are complaining about this problem, which only causes end users to annihilate all the data of each application, causing customer support headaches. Based on these accounts, the problem has been continuing for more than 24 hours now.
Many Apple iCloud services have been enhanced by CloudKit, such as iOS Backup and iCloud Photo Library, but there is no report of problems with First Party Services. At least, based on what we currently know, the problem seems to be isolated from third party developer data.
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