The site was hacked by an intruder who wanted personal information from the website.
Apple has taken its developer site, which was hacked last month, offline for maintenance.
The company wrote an email to its developers, saying that the website will remain offline starting from 17 August 2013.
The email said: "During this time the developer website and developer program services will be offline."
According to the company, the site was hacked by an intruder who wanted personal information from the website, which houses pre-release software, technology for testing new programmes and information about code applications for various products.
Following the hack, the developer’s site remained closed for about three weeks.
The company has launched a new status page for its site to update developers.