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Apple restoring 'most' Dev Center tools this week

This week, Apple plans to restore "most" of the services that remain down after a recent hacking attempt, the company explained in an email to registered developers today.

"We plan to reinstate most of the remaining services this week," the email reads. Those include Xcode automatic configuration, restoring access to license agreements and Technical Support Incidents (TSIs), as well as reinstating the ability to enroll in programs and renew memberships in the Member Center.

Since the recent hacking attempt, Apple restored services relating to the App Store Resource Center, Apple Developer forums, Bug Reporter, Certificates, Dev Centers, Identifiers & Profiles, iTunes Connect, software downloads and videos, according to the company.

The email closes with an apology from Cupertino "for the significant inconvenience that our downtime has caused" and reminds developers to "reach out to our support team if you need any assistance."

Apple shut down the Developer Center site in late July after "an intruder attempted to secure personal information." In response, Apple said that it was "completely overhauling" its website. A Turkish researcher later claimed credit for the attempt.

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