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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Danraad, Mar 17, 2009.
Does anyone know what this means?
(found it on http://developer.apple.com/iphone)
Maybe they are updating it?
It means the server is being hammered and cannot keep up with the demand for page requests.
Remember, you will not be able to download the new beta version of iPhone 3.0 unless you sign up for the iPhone Developer Program, which currently costs US$99 per year. The process of joining is not instant, so if you aren't a member right now then it's unlikely you'll have access to 3.0 today.
Well i am a member, but i didnt pay.... I got the free one.....
Then you will not have access to the iPhone 3.0 Beta.
Yup, and it can take up to 1 week to get approved.. It's by no means instant... Probably going to be a while since all the people are joining..
Means that too many people requesting the site made an unintentional DDoS attack on the iPhone and Mac Dev Centers login pages.
Work Around HTTP Service Unavailable
For anyone getting the HTTP/1.1 Service Unavailable issue, you can workaround it using http://www.blogitech.co.uk/2009/get-access-to-the-iphone-30-beta/