Washington, October 31: Instagram users are being logged out of the app as a result of the outage that began on Monday morning, with many being told that “we have suspended your account on October 31, 2022,” according to The Verge.
On Monday, Instagram released a statement acknowledging the issue, writing on Twitter: “We know some of you are having trouble accessing your Instagram account. We are looking into this and apologize for any inconvenience.” My Instagram Down Funny #InstagramDown memes and jokes are going viral as netizens fear their account will be suspended or deleted!
Millions of accounts suspended due to Instagram outages
We know some of you are having trouble accessing your Instagram account. We are looking into this and apologize for any inconvenience. #instagramdown
— Instagram Comms (@InstagramComms) October 31, 2022
According to Down Detector, about 74 percent of users reported problems logging in, 16 percent reported problems accessing applications, and 9 percent reported problems connecting to the server. Instagram down: The photo-sharing app has been hit by a global outage, including in India, with users unable to see stories on the social media platform.
Down Detector reports that Delhi, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Nagpur and Mumbai were heavily affected by the outage.
On Monday, many users were notified that their accounts on the platform had been suspended. Most of the reports of the problem come from iPhone users, with some claiming that their app recently crashed and was unable to update earlier this morning.
The suspension also appears to drastically reduce the number of subscribers, giving us an idea of how many people have been affected, according to The Verge.
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