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This article was published on August 5, 2013

    Apple plans to bring most of its remaining Developer Center services back online this week

    Apple plans to bring most of its remaining Developer Center services back online this week Image by: AFP/Getty Images
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    Nick Summers is a technology journalist for The Next Web. He writes on all sorts of topics, although he has a passion for gadgets, apps and Nick Summers is a technology journalist for The Next Web. He writes on all sorts of topics, although he has a passion for gadgets, apps and video games in particular. You can reach him on Twitter, circle him on Google+ and connect with him on LinkedIn.

    Apple is hard at work trying to restore the Developer Center – the place where it stores all of its resources and information for third-party app creators – and sent out an update today detailing its progress.

    The firm revealed that Xcode automatic configuration, as well as access to license agreements, TSIs, program enrolments, and renewals in Member Center should be back online later this week.

    As noted by 9to5Mac, the email update details Apple’s progress so far:

    “We sincerely appreciate your patience as we work to bring our developer program services back online, and we want to give you an update on our progress. The majority of our developer services are currently online, including Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles, Dev Centers, software downloads, Videos, Apple Developer Forums, iTunes Connect, Bug Reporter, App Store Resource Center, and access to pre-release documentation.”

    The end is in sight, it would seem.

    9to5Mac

    Image Credit: WANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images