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iTunes Connect Issue Causing Developers to Be Logged Into Wrong Accounts [Updated]
Most definitely was auto logged in to a blackberry account on iTunes connect somehow... This isn't mine! pic.twitter.com/S9lujDno95— Bay Phillips (@bayphillips) January 29, 2015
While other developers' apps are displayed in the iTunes Connect dashboard, attempting to take further action results in an "unable to process request" error and a redirect to the proper account. Sales and payment information does not appear to be accessible for the mismatched account. For some other users, iTunes Connect also appears to be experiencing issues with logging in.
Apple has yet to comment on the matter, and this post will be updated as further details become known.
Update 8:50 AM PT: iTunes Connect is now listed as unavailable.
Update 10:03 AM: Apple has now acknowledged on its System Status page for developers that users are "experiencing a problem" with iTunes Connect. No estimate of a timeframe for resolution has been given.
Update 10:13 AM: Apple is also acknowledging that its TestFlight beta services are also being affected, with users "unable to submit new apps and invite new testers."
Update 12:31 PM: It appears that iTunes Connect is back online.
Update 12:43 PM: Apple is now reporting on its System Status page that iTunes Connect and TestFlight services have indeed been restored.