Apple has officially launched the new version of its iTunes Connect Web app, ahead of its expected “iPhone 6″ media event next week.

The new version of the iOS and Mac developer Web app was demoed by Apple during its Platforms State of the Union presentation at its Worldwide Developers Conference last June.

As noted by 9to5Mac, the redesigned iTunes Connect has an iOS-inspired look and feel, similar to the website for Apple’s iCloud Web app suite. It features a new dashboard interface and a new analytics feature that provides information on various metrics for developers’ apps and other types of content, including the number of store page visitors and data on completed purchases.

If you’re an iOS or Mac developer, you can check out the new version of iTunes Connect by logging in to its official website.

In addition to the iTunes Connect Web app, Apple offers the iTunes Connect iOS app, which was redesigned and updated to version 3.0 with new capabilities last May.

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