According to reports seen by 9to5Mac, developers are unable to upload new apps or updates to App Store Connect – the platform for managing apps submitted to the App Store. Unfortunately, the problem seems to be widespread as Apple has now confirmed via its website that some of its services are now facing an outage.
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On Friday, there were troubles with certain of the company’s services for Apple platform app developers. Services including App Store Connect and TestFlight are temporarily unavailable owing to an outage, according to reports from certain customers and confirmations from Apple and 9to5Mac. Update: Around 7AM ET, the problem was resolved. The original article is available to read below.
The company says the outage in some of its services began around 1 a.m. ET and is still ongoing. Right now, the affected services are TestFlight, App Store Connect, and Xcode Cloud. Some regular services like iCloud Mail and iWork for iCloud have also been affected and may be “slow or unavailable.” It’s unclear when the services will be back online, but Apple states that it is working to fix the outage. Users are experiencing a problem with this service. We are working to resolve this issue.