If iTunes Connect goes down on July 13, there’s no need to worry. It looks as though the iTunes Connect platform is poised to undergo scheduled maintenance. Apple has just notified developers that iTunes Connect is going down for scheduled maintenance. The notification comes without prior warning which indicates perhaps a problem needed fixing or maybe Apple is getting ready for the release of Mac OS X Lion. we’re hearing from more than a few developers who have reported email notifications announcing the maintenance window.
iTunes Connect was undergoing scheduled maintenance on Wednesday, July 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. PDT.
During this time, iTunes Connect was still be available. However, pricing changes made between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. PDT will cause the app to become unavailable for purchase until maintenance is complete, at which point the app will become available at the new price. To avoid interruptions to the availability of your apps, do not make price changes during this time.
But the thing happend customers do not able to purchase apps in the Mexico, U.K., Australia, Switzerland, Japan or Norway storefronts during the scheduled maintenance.