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Apple Plugs iTunes Connect Developer Portal Back In After Week-Long Holiday Freeze

Apple has plugged its iTunes Connect developer portal back in. As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple has put iTunes Connect back online after a brief period of inactivity over the holidays. The resumption of iTunes Connect's normal operations comes right on schedule. As announced by the iDevice maker in mid-November, iTunes Connect would temporarily close for a week-long holiday hiatus from Dec. 21 to Dec. 27. And as it's already Dec. 28 in some parts of the world, iTunes Connect has indeed been reconnected and brought back for business. As a result, new titles, updates, and pricing changes in the App Store, the Mac App Store, and the iBooks Store are expected to become available or put into effect in droves yet again. In line with this, most holiday sales on apps are also expected to end soon. In fact, one of the more notable of these sales, the multi-developer App Santa promo, is scheduled to end at the stroke of midnight tonight. So, if you want to get some of the most popular iOS apps from some of the most popular developers at good discounts, make sure to check out App Santa right now. Included in these sale are the likes of 1Password, Clear+, Day One, Launch Center Pro, Tweetbot 3, and Vesper.
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