Apple has sent an email to registered developers informing them that its Developer Center and additional developer program services will be offline for “brief scheduled maintenance” on Saturday, August 17th at 6PM PST.

Last month, Apple’s Developer Center experienced over three weeks of at least partial downtime that started on July 18. Independent security researcher Ibrahim Balic speculated that he was responsible for the breach that caused the outage of Apple’s Developer Center, and claimed to have accessed details on over 100,000 users. As part of its efforts to bring the developer site back online, Apple has also rolled out a status page to keep developers updated on the availability of its services.

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MacsRgr8 Avatar
128 months ago
And this is on MacRumors why?

The only people who should care about this are developers, and as developers they have already received this email...

so.. again, why? This is not a 'rumor'....

MacRumors is for many THE source of all Apple-related news and rumors.

It would be strange if MacRumors would not post it.
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Dulcimer Avatar
128 months ago
Are people going to complain and demand an extra month of membership?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ventilatedbrain Avatar
128 months ago
Are people going to complain and demand an extra month of membership?

2 months minimum ... Grrrrr

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