The outage that plagued the Apple Developer Center may be over, but apparently some developers are still feeling the aftershocks. In the latest report of troubles, ReadWrite announced (via MacRumors) that some developers were apparently experiencing delays in getting their apps reviewed so they could appear on the Apple Store, and Apple itself has allegedly notified them of the problem through a brief message.
If you're one of the developers who've been severely inconvenienced by Apple's Developer Center outage over the last week, you'll be happy to know that much of it appears to be up and running again as of today. At the time of writing, many of the features that were once grayed out on the status page Apple created are now green to signify their availability, although several remain inaccessible.
The Apple Developer Center has now been down since Thursday, making our initial surprise on Friday that it'd been down for 30 hours seem almost silly. And now the plot thickens further. After Apple finally announced last night that a security breach was responsible for the delay, a self-proclaimed "security researcher" named Ibrahim Balic came forward to admit he may have been responsible.
As of the time of writing, Apple's Developer Portal has been down for more than 30 hours for maintenance, and there's currently no end to the outage in sight. What's more, nobody really knows why it exists. We've tried to contact Apple a couple of times since the outage started to nudge into record time, but we've yet to hear a response.