The Mac developer community is suffering a major outage, leaving many users without access to applications and websites.
The outage has caused many Mac users to stop using the software to run their own businesses.
It also caused a significant drop in developer subscriptions for the Mac developer platform, with developers unable to receive the payment needed to buy or lease new devices.
The Mac developer site is down at the moment, and some Mac users have reported problems with updating their apps, as well as the Mac App Store.
Mac developers can sign up for a developer account on the developer website to get paid for apps, but users who do not have a developer license are still required to pay the fee to use apps.
Some Mac apps will work as usual until the developer account expires, but others will stop working.
Users are still able to sign up to get their Macs running apps like the iWork suite of apps, which is available for Mac and Windows users.
However, developers are also reporting problems with the Mac Developer Network, the Mac Development Platform, the App Store, and the Mac Dev Center.
Some apps are no longer working, and others are not available on the App store.
Some Mac developers say they’ve lost thousands of dollars in subscription fees to Apple since the outage.
A number of developers, including Mac developer Ben Gomperts, have been contacting Apple to try and resolve the issues, but Apple’s customer support team says the issue is “not a Mac-specific issue,” but a Mac platform-specific one.
Apple confirmed the issue in a statement to The Wall St. Journal.
“We are aware of the issue and are working on resolving it,” the company said.