For a few hours, some of Apple's cloud services, such as iCloud and Photos, are experiencing malfunctions, they do it erratically or much slower than usual.
When accessing the web of the state of Apple systems, at the time of publishing this article, we can see how iCloud backups, bookmarks and tab syncing, Photos, iCloud Drive, and iCloud Keychain they are presented / displayed problems of operation for some users, they work slowly or they are not directly available.
The first operational problems have been affecting Apple servers since 8 hours ago, specifically from 11:54 in the morning (Spanish time) when the first operating problems were detected.
Apple has not offered more details about this interruption. Through its web page on the status of the system, it only shows the time at which they were detected.
If you are experiencing performance problems with any of these Apple services, the best thing you can do if your work depends on it is visit Apple's services status website regularly through this link.
Apple has servers spread all over the world, so the crash of your servers may not be affecting all users equally.
Unfortunately, Apple includes on the same website the status of all your systems globally and not by continents as if other companies do.
In this way, it is likely that if you currently have no problems with some of their services, you can suffer it in the next few hours.