Apple is shutting down its popular TV service in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada, after an update to its iPhone software, according to a report from Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail.
The news was first reported by the Toronto Star.
The app for Apple’s popular Apple TV device, which is the most popular device in the country, will also be unavailable for the duration of the outage, the report said.
Apple has been widely criticized for its poor support of Apple TV in Canada, and the latest outage was the latest in a string of troubles for the company.
Apple TV users in Toronto, Vancouver and Toronto-Dominion have been complaining of slow speeds and dropped video quality.
It was also reported in April that Apple was planning to shut down Apple TV support in Canada as early as this summer.
In April, Apple released a software update that gave users the ability to add video-streaming options to their Apple TV devices, such as Dolby Atmos or DTS.
Apple also announced that Apple TV users would be able to stream Netflix and Amazon Prime video on its devices.
Apple also introduced its own version of a dedicated Apple TV app in October.