Podcast creators who use Apple Podcasts won’t be able to manage their content on a specific date later this month. That’s because Apple has just warned creators that Apple Podcasts Connect will go offline for a scheduled maintenance.
For those unfamiliar, Apple Podcasts Connect is the platform used to submit podcasts to the Apple Podcasts app.
In an email sent to podcast creators on Thursday, Apple reported that Apple Podcasts Connect will be “unavailable for up to three hours” on June 25. More specifically, the company says that the scheduled maintenance will begin at 6AM PT.
Apple asks developers that any critical deliveries or changes to their podcasts must be made before this date, otherwise they’ll have to wait until the end of the scheduled maintenance.
You can read the full email below:
Dear Podcast Creator,
On June 25, starting at 6: 00 a.m. PDT, Apple Podcasts Connect will be unavailable for up to three hours. Make sure you complete any critical deliveries or changes before this date and time.
The Apple Podcasts Team
Of course, after the scheduled maintenance, Apple Podcasts Connect will go back online as usual. You can access Apple Podcasts Connect through podcastsconnect.apple.com.
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