Apple said it has fixed a bug that could cause the Discord server to temporarily stop responding to requests for information, and said it is working to resolve the issue.
The discord server, used by many companies, including Netflix, Google, Spotify, Spotify and Twitter, has long struggled to keep up with new changes to the iOS app, which have pushed it over a billion downloads.
Apple also said that it is testing a fix for the issue, which would appear to be affecting some users in the US.
“As we announced earlier this month, we’re continuing to make improvements to Discord and the underlying technology powering it, and as a result, Discord is experiencing issues where requests are not being processed properly,” the company said in a blog post on Monday.
“We are aware of this issue and are working with Discord and Apple to address it.
We are committed to helping our community resolve this issue as quickly as possible.”
Apple also said it was testing a new feature in Discord called “Friendly Chat”.
This feature allows users to chat with each other, in order to get to know each other and make friends, but it requires a chat log.
The feature is currently in beta and not available to everyone.
Users who use Discord could try out the new feature by logging into the Discord app, clicking on “Chat” on the top right corner, and then “Friends”.
Users who want to chat are encouraged to create a Discord profile.
“Chat log will be required when logging in.
To use this feature, you must have Discord and an Apple ID, and you must be a Discord user with at least one chat log.”
Apple said that Discord users can log into their accounts with a different name, and that if someone logs in using their new name, they will not be able to chat until they create a new account.