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Musk says he is checking app server outage -Breaking


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(Reuters) – Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:) Chief Elon Musk claimed that he was investigating a server failure that prevented many cars from being connected to his app.

Musk replied to a tweet from a Tesla owner that he had experienced a 500-server error while trying to connect his Model 3 to an iOS app.

Electrek first reported the outage.

According to Downdetector outage tracking website, Downdetector reports that around 500 people reported an error around 1640 ET (2140 GMT). This site tracks outages through collating status reports from various sources including errors submitted by users on their platform.

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