Apple One services do provide an option to help users manage multiple Apple ID of cloud storage, which, while alleviating this long-standing problem, also increases confusion.Since Apple's cloud services and iTunes related subscriptions were initially separate, some Apple users' iCloud accounts and App Store/ service subscriptions were different Apple ID.
As early as September this year,AppleStaff member Chris Espinosa (Chris Espinosa) said Apple One could "manage" the situation. And since the bundling service's debut on Friday, it has been able to alleviate these problems, but not completely.
During the apple one registration process, the system will prompt the user to associate and bind the Apple ID and apple one storage currently used by icloud. This means that users will get the amount of storage that comes with apple one on their icloud Apple ID, and the previous icloud storage plan will be cancelled (although their data will remain unchanged). Other bundled apple one services will be associated with the user's primary iTunes / app store ID.
This solution does not involve account consolidation or consolidation. It just solves the problem of icloud and App Store / iTunes separate accounts. Users can still keep the apple one icloud account when they are mainly associated with the storage account of the iTunes / app store. In this case, the storage for each account is handled separately.
Still, at least one Twitter user feedbacks that selecting an associated iTunes /App Store account to store the Apple One service automatically cancels its iCloud Apple ID storage plan. After that, it was reported that all the data in the store were displayed in its Apple One account.
Netizen Phil Kehoe (@ orazio1227) tweeted
I have the same problem. When I choose and want to switch to Apple One iCloud storage, it automatically deletes my iCloud account storage plan, and all my data is displayed in Apple One iCloud storage.