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An Apple employee from under executive relations said that Apple is working on a project to allow its users to merge their multiple IDs. As you know, that users have multiple accounts to login to download the contents from iTunes or App store, which leads to lots of complications. Earlier, it was not a big issue but with the developer testing on iOS 5 and iCloud, it has become very inconvinient for the users to login with multiple IDs.
Apple ID provides the user with an authenticity to access its conents and to dowload them via iTunes store or the app store. A user with his or her ID, can download music, TV shows, movies and much more via iTunes store and various apps via App store.
A user has emailed the CEO of Apple Mr. Tim Cook to make him aware with this problem they face due to the requirement of multiple IDs. As a reply, an Apple executive relation employee called the sender of email. She said that yet it is impossible to merge the IDs but Apple will work on the issue and will provide you with a solution so that the users can convert their multiple IDs into a single ID.
This is not the first time that a user has voiced for this problem, if you remember that in July, TUAW explained the issue and got the following answer by Apple:
Some readers have been managing two Apple IDs on purpose and are now frustrated about the fact that Apple is restricting logins for automatic downloads. Others have only just discovered that they have two IDs. Most of them have already contacted Apple, only to be given the same answer without exception: Apple will not consolidate Apple ID accounts.
Generally, users are found with at least two IDs, one is their main ID with .mac address and another with MobileMe address. Now, one more is added to the list as with iCloud address so, it’s obvious that users are facing the problem and really need to consolidate as soon as Apple makes it possible.
The users switch over IDs rapidly because when they update their apps downloaded under iTunes store, it tires to charge for the again. This is the reason users login by switching over another ID. To prevent the rapid switching, Apple locks the user’s device with single ID for 90 days.
As per the earlier statement by Apple, it has denied providing with the ability to consolidate the accounts into one, but, now, as the problem has become a big issue, it has decided to work on it and to offer a best solution to it.
Tags: Apple ID, ID merger
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