If you've been following the goings-on with the many betas and preview releases Apple currently has running, you will certainly have caught wind of the security breach to the Developer Program last month, which saw significant downtime and disruption to services. After almost two weeks of nothingness, the system was finally restored enough to resume near-usual service, and now, a month on from the initial problem, the whole program has now been officially reported as back on track.
Apparently, the download links of iOS 7 Beta 4 are already up ahead of official release on the Dev Center.
All has not been right in the iOS development community as of late. Although registered Apple developers are generally used to finding the official iOS and Mac Dev Center offline for small periods of time, the last three days has seen a total blackout from Apple's side. Although most developers assumed that the Cupertino company were giving a visual overhaul to the Apple Developer website, an official email based correspondence from the fruit company has confirmed that the three day downtime has been due to a security breach that occurred on Thursday.