There are widespread reports of Apple users being locked out of their Apple ID overnight for no apparent reason, requiring a password reset before they can log in again.

Users say sudden and unexplained Apple ID logout is happening across multiple devices. When they try to log in again, they are locked out of their account and asked to reset their password to regain access.

This has created additional Apple ID issues for users who have Stolen Device Protection enabled and are far from a trusted location, as well as resetting any app-specific passwords previously set up in iCloud.

As he pointed out 9to5MacUser reports about the problem It started appearing on social media At approximately 8 PM ET it became Increasingly widespread inside the Early hours Subordinate morning.

MacRumors Employees were also affected by the outage, which does not appear to have been compensated by Apple System status web page.

We've reached out to Apple for comment and will update readers if we receive a response. Have you been affected by an Apple ID issue? Let us know in the comments.

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