A tech entrepreneur has been left stranded in Sydney after her Kindle crashed during a test run.
Read moreAn Apple spokesperson said the company had been in contact with the woman and was monitoring her situation.
“We’re aware of this issue and are taking the appropriate action,” a spokesperson for the company said in a statement.
“We are also continuing to provide support to the woman as she is being treated.”
A spokesperson for Amazon said they were aware of the issue and were “working closely with Apple to address the issue”.
“Amazon has been in touch with the customer and are providing support and support in our efforts to resolve the issue,” they said.
It’s the latest in a series of tech-related issues to plague the country’s online economy.
Last week, an Apple TV broke down on the first day of the Australian Cyber Security Week.
Apple also recently released a new iOS app that allows users to record audio and video chats and share them with their family and friends.
Apple also said it was launching a $4.99 ‘Cloud Pay’ card to customers who had lost their device and could not get a replacement, and said that its iCloud service would be “improved” over time.