Following its shutdown on December 23, Apple’s iTunes Connect service last night returned to full operations. For those who are not aware, iTunes Connect is the central online hub which allows developers to make changes to their applications which are both; live and available to purchase on the iTunes App Store, as well as keep track on those apps which are perhaps still stuck in the company’s review process.
During the time the service was down, only app updates and price changes which were submitted before the holiday shutdown window have been making their appearance on the store.
As of today, however, the service is completely functional again. Meaning that, if you do have an update or price change for your app(s) that you’d like to see go live for New Year’s Day — it’s probably best to get submitting now!
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