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Apple reopens iTunes, App stores after lengthy outage


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What a dramatic article. It makes you think that during those 5 hours the world stood still, people were unable to breathe, the sky fell down. Ridiculous.

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Downtime costs a lot of money for businesses and if Apple had a SLA like a Tier 3 data center they would be screwed. Obviously they don't... http://www.sys-con.com/node/3297794

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Agree with LostinNagoya. It happens, no need for pandemics. Good time to go out and get some exercise or go Geocaching.

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Apple rakes in about $2.19m an hour in revenue from its iTunes and software stores, so that DNS bungle has cost the biz at least $21m today.

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So, Apple lost about 16 Million Dollars in that 5 hours outage at iTunes?

Meh - No big loss to Tim Cook.

Along side his Gold Apple Watch, he probably has 16 Milion Dolars in the ashtray of his Aston Martin.

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Total Garbage! YUK

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$21m to apple equates to $70m to app companies.

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