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Uh-oh, something is wrong in Cupertino. A number of developers today turned to Twitter to complain that iTunes Connect, a hub for iOS and Mac software makers, was logging them into the wrong accounts.
iTunes Connect just logged me in as a different user. Someone is seriously going to get fired. pic.twitter.com/xgJvOyRdvf
— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) January 29, 2015
The service appears to be matching log-ins with the wrong accounts, showing apps and usernames from completely different people. When developers try to access one of the apps, they receive an error message leading them back to their own account.
iTunes Connect has since been taken offline as Apple’s engineers presumably set off to fix the problem. We’ve contacted Apple and will update if we hear back.
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