Apple began to bring its Developer Center back online late last month following an 8-day outage, and today that three-week process is completed and all of its developer-focused services are back up and running again.
Existing members have had an additional month of access added to their accounts to compensate for the downtime, as 9toMac reports.
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Apple initially took the site down without communicating the change, though it eventually notified developers that it was overhauling its systems after an intrusion. A system status tool was introduced as one of the changes, and it shows that all services are now back online.
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