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Old Feb 19, 2013, 04:17 PM   #1
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Where can I see all my Apple account details?

I wonder whether it is really not possible to see the details of my Apple account - meaning all the products with all their details (and best: with all support tickets) that I registered with Apple in one place.

Is that anywhere possible?
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Old Feb 19, 2013, 04:47 PM   #2
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If you login here with the same AppleID you used to register the product you can get the info you are after.
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Old Feb 19, 2013, 04:55 PM   #3
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If you login here ...
This leads to the (new) product registration page but not to an account overview page.

I think it should be possible to "just log in" to an account and see what's going on there - like it is possible to log into a bank account and see what's going on there. What if I just want to change something like address, or email, or want to unregister a product because I sold it?

In my opinion it is strange that Apple is not offering such a login link, at least not clearly visible on their website.
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Old Feb 19, 2013, 05:06 PM   #4
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This leads to the (new) product registration page but not to an account overview page.

I think it should be possible to "just log in" to an account and see what's going on there - like it is possible to log into a bank account and see what's going on there. What if I just want to change something like address, or email, or want to unregister a product because I sold it?

In my opinion it is strange that Apple is not offering such a login link, at least not clearly visible on their website.
Opps!! I apologize... I gave you the wrong link.

Here is the correct one.
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Old Feb 19, 2013, 05:09 PM   #5
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Thanks. That works. Wow. This becomes a long and strange URL:

daw.apple.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/DSAuthWeb.woa/wa/classicLogin?appIdKey=58ef9db8ff4d201409e7270a68e4408ae1678e1618204c476572a1b5e5fb3518&path&language =US-EN[/url]

Is there any place on Apple's website that links to this URL? I know now that the URL as such is just "supportprofile.apple.com" but I still think it is strange that Apple does not seem to offer any direct link to it on their website.
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Thanks. That works. Wow. This becomes a long and strange URL:

daw.apple.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/DSAuthWeb.woa/wa/classicLogin?appIdKey=58ef9db8ff4d201409e7270a68e4408ae1678e1618204c476572a1b5e5fb3518&path&language =US-EN[/url]

Is there any place on Apple's website that links to this URL? I know now that the URL as such is just "supportprofile.apple.com" but I still think it is strange that Apple does not seem to offer any direct link to it on their website.
You've got me. I found it in a Google search ages ago and kept it the bookmark. I don't see the link in their normal support pages.
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