iPhone maker says it has already reopened access to the majority of its tools
Apple plans to restore most of its Developer Center tools and services this week, following an attempted hack two weeks ago.
In an email to users, Apple said: “We plan to reinstate most of the remaining services this week.”
The services that Apple intents to turn back online this week include Xcode automatic configuration, license agreements and Technical Support Incidents (TSIs), program enrolments and renew memberships in the Member Center.
Since the hack, Apple added that it has already restored most of its services relating to the App Store Resource Center, Apple Developer forums, Bug Reporter, Certificates, Dev Centers, Identifiers & Profiles, iTunes Connect, software downloads and videos.
Closing the email, Apple said: “We apologize for the significant inconvenience that our downtime has caused and encourage you to reach out to our support team if you need any assistance.”
Apple shutdown its Developer Center on July 18th after it identified an attempted hack on its network. A researcher claimed to have uncovered breaks in Apple’s system.