Apple’s Dev Center to undergo scheduled downtime tonight

By , Aug 17, 2013

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Apple began emailing developers last night, informing them that their Developer Website would be going offline on August 17th—that’s tonight—at 6PM PST for a “brief scheduled maintenance.”

The move comes exactly one week after Apple alerted developers that all of its remaining Dev Center services had been brought back online following a three week outage due to a security breach…

Here’s the email:

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Apple doesn’t typically alert developers to upcoming Dev Center outages due to scheduled maintenance, but perhaps in wake of the recent security breach it felt that it should give folks a heads up.

On July 18, Apple detected an intruder attempting to secure information from its developer website. The attack led to a three week outage while the company overhauled and rebuilt its systems.

As a result of the downtime, there is now a Status Page that shows the status of Dev Center services.

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  • IsaacTobalina

    so that means we could be able to downgrade like the last time?

  • irshad

    so is it possible to downgrade

  • Mike K

    Would it be possible during the downtime to install iOS 7 beta 1 on my VZW iPhone 5? I’m running 6.1.4, and REALLY want to try the Beta! Or is there any other workaround? Much Appreciated.

  • Victor

    I have a question I don’t know if this happens to anyone else but I always get developer messages even if I’m not really a developer. What’s that mean? Thanks either way…