Apple website is currently unavailable for some users prior to tomorrow’s launch of the iPhone 14 series

Many consumers can’t access the Apple website. Some of the photos on the page are not loading properly, and the website cannot fully load. A notice reading “403 Forbidden Errors” was also received by certain users.

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Have you tried to access the Apple website today but were unsuccessful? You are not alone, so don’t worry. For many people, the Apple website is unavailable. Some of the photos on the page are not loading properly, and the website cannot fully load. A notice reading “403 Forbidden Errors” was also received by certain users.

It looks that consumers in other nations than India are also experiencing downtime. Twitter is another platform where users are reporting the issue. Listed below is a tweet from an Apple user:

Customers who intend to place a pre-order for the upcoming iPhone 14 series may potentially be impacted by the problem. This occurs the day before the launch of the three iPhone 14 series models—the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

The newest A16 Bionic chipset, which has a six-core CPU and a five-core GPU, powers the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Crash detection, emergency SOS via satellite, a new 48MP main camera, and the ‘Dynamic Island’ interface are some of the key features that each of these smartphones offer. Apple has eliminated the tiny models from the iPhone 14 series in favour of the Plus model, which features a larger screen.

Apple has also added emergency SOS via satellite with the iPhone 14 range. The system combines specialised parts that are tightly linked with software to enable antennas to connect directly to a satellite, enabling communication with emergency services when cellular or Wi-Fi coverage is not available. Users in the US and Canada will be able to access Emergency SOS via satellite in November, and the service will be free for two years.

The Apple Watch 8, Apple Watch SE, and Apple Watch Ultra are three additional smartwatches that Apple has released this year. Both the second-generation Apple Watch SE and the Apple Watch Series 8 are available for pre-order on apple.com and the Apple Store mobile app. They will start to be offered in shops and for delivery on September 16. While starting on September 23, the Apple Watch Ultra will be sold in stores.