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OldMarketMeg

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What are all of the types of online accounts you can have with Apple?

There are the ones I know of...
- iCloud
- iTunes
 

KALLT

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Sometimes an Apple ID is enough as well. For iMessage, FaceTime and Game Center, for example.
 

DeltaMac

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What are all of the types of online accounts you can have with Apple?

There are the ones I know of...
- iCloud
- iTunes
Those two are some of the services that are accessible through your AppleID account

Here's a few others:
App Store
Apple Music
Apple Online Store
Facetime
iMessage
GameCenter

Lots of other services are related to your AppleID. There's a longer list here
That page probably doesn't show everything, either. There are probably other services that I can't think of right now. Maybe someone else will have something to add.
 

OldMarketMeg

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Dec 19, 2016
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Omaha
Those two are some of the services that are accessible through your AppleID account

Here's a few others:
App Store
Apple Music
Apple Online Store
Facetime
iMessage
GameCenter

Lots of other services are related to your AppleID. There's a longer list here
That page probably doesn't show everything, either. There are probably other services that I can't think of right now. Maybe someone else will have something to add.

So you can access a world using the AppleID, right?

BTW, what is the difference between Apple Music and iTunes?
 

cruisin

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Apple Music is like Spotify and is subscription based, while iTunes music is direct purchases.
 
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