Apple unveiled the apple one service bundle at time flies earlier this week. However, some users with older Apple IDs have questions about whether apple one can work with multiple Apple IDs. < / P > < p > some users have two apple IDS, often one of which belongs to icloud service and the other is used to purchase and subscribe. This is due to the fact that the iTunes Store account was originally separate from Apple’s various cloud service accounts. As these accounts eventually upgrade to modern apple IDS, many users have two different apple IDs. Although Apple allows users to use two accounts at the same time on the device through various ways, this problem has not been completely solved, and apple does not allow users to merge multiple accounts. < / P > < p > in fact, after the announcement of the new apple one subscription service, I have a question. Like many old apple users, I have two apple IDS – one for all my icloud services and one for all my purchases, Apple Music subscriptions, etc. < / P > < p > as we all know, apple no longer allows any kind of merger, but continues to support two apple IDs. My question to them is, what will happen to apple one? Because the subscription service provides icloud storage subscription, and my other subscriptions span two apple IDS… < / P > < p > because Apple one includes the subscription of Apple Music and other services, some users will register to the Apple ID which was originally the account of Apple store, and for the subscription of icloud storage, some users will register with apple which was originally Apple cloud service So it is not clear whether Apple will support apple one with multiple Apple IDs. < / P > < p > Christina Warren, Microsoft’s senior cloud advocate, asked this question on Twitter and got a reply from Apple’s Chris Espinosa. “Apple one can be managed,” the tweet read. I just confirmed it again. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone