Apple brought iTunes Connect back online on Friday, following a scheduled holiday hiatus. The developer portal is once again open for uploads, app pricing, distribution and management.
As promised in an email sent to developers in November, Apple’s iTunes Connect has returned to service following a week-long annual winter closure.
iTunes Connect is the hub developers use to manage apps sold through the iOS and Mac App Stores. It allows developers to post app updates, make pricing changes, and edit descriptions of the apps. The site also offers sales tracking and financial reports.
Apple traditionally schedules the iTunes Connect shutdown toward the end of the year, in order to give their employees much needed time off with their loved ones.