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    store is down
    just a quick question: When the apple store is being updated does that usually mean they are about to announce something or is it really just updating?

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    I noticed this too. And it has been down for quite some time. Yesterday morning they said they'd be back within the hour and it's been a good 40 hours and nothing has changed... It's still down.

    I'm curious as to what the store will look like once it comes back up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuy18
    just a quick question: When the apple store is being updated does that usually mean they are about to announce something or is it really just updating?

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    Just maintenance on the site. Despite what others may say or lead you to believe, it means nothing else. I can access the store just fine.
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    I can access the US store and UK store with no problems.
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    darn, maybe I should reset safari and then it might work. Maybe some cookie is messing it up.

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