Apple has introduced a status page to help developers keep track of the company's websites and services.
The company said the service will allow users to view uptime stats on Apple services including iTunes, software downloads and video files. Other services to be monitored include developer tools for Safari, iOS and OSX.
The launch of the status page comes in the wake of a major outage that left Apple's developer page unavailable to customers.
The breach, which was confirmed last week, did not lead to the disclosure of developers' personal details but caused Apple to temporarily shut down its developer site.
The company has since launched a status page that will allow users to keep track of Apple services and note outages. The Apple developer pages for the iOS platform and the Mac and Safari pages were also offline.
Apple gave developers a sneak peak last week of the newest version of its iOS mobile platform. The OS upgrade includes a fix to the platform's user interface and a minimalist remake of the mobile system.
The company is also said to be preparing an update for OSX, which will include a new version of the Mac Pro desktop platform. The hardware refresh will include a new case design as well as a revamped hardware interface and stronger processors.
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