Date: Monday, December 30th, 2013, 09:32
Category: App Store, Apple, Apps, Developer, Holiday, iOS, iPhone, iTunes, Mac, Software
Developers were (probably) happy last Friday when iTunes Connect went back online. iTunes Connect is the tool that developers use to upload apps, change text and pricing, and monitor their sales in the AppStore. Back in November, Apple sent out emails to developers notifying them of the holiday downtime, affecting both Mac and iOS software.
“iTunes Connect will be temporarily unavailable from Saturday, December 21, to Friday, December 27, 2013.
During that time, iTunes Connect will not be accessible and you will not be able to submit any apps or In-App Purchases. Processing of any Newsstand Atom feeds will be delayed until after December 27. Sales and Trends reports via the Autoingestion tool will be available but may also be delayed.”
The email went on to mention several other activities that would be postponed until Dec. 27th. So, you can expect a few app updates rolling out this week.