Aug 11

Apple has just informed developers that all of their developer services are now online. Some of Apple’s services have been down for over 3 weeks, making it impossible for developers to launch new iOS apps, log in to the member center, use iTunes Connect and more Apple services. In an email send to developers, Apple is giving all developers an extension to their developer memberships by one month to account for the downtime. » Developer Services Back Online, Apple Offers Free Month Extension

Jul 25

Apple’s Developer Center has been down for 7 days now, which has been done as a precaution after a security breach. Apple has now updated the site with a new message for developers that outlines how the company plans to restore functionality and provides a status page that reveals which systems are online. » Apple Created System Status Page For Bringing Developer Center Back Online

Nov 09

MacStories wrote that Apple has confirmed in an email sent to developers that iTunes Connect “the developer portal to manage applications to sell in the App Store” will be closed from December 21 to December 28. During this time, access to iTunes Connect and delivery of any apps or updates will not be available. » Apple To Shut Down iTunes Connect On Holiday December 21-28

Nov 15

Apple released a note saying that the iTunes Connect section will be temporarily shut down from Thursday, December 22 to Thursday, December 29 for the winter holidays and during this shutdown, the following functionality will be unavailable, Access to iTunes Connect, The delivery of any apps or updates, Additionally, the following will be delayed:
Releases scheduled to appear on the App Store for the first time and Pricing changes scheduled through the interval pricing system in iTunes Connect. » iTunes Connect Shuts Down For Winter Holidays On December 22th Till 29th