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Actually, you can quite associate one Apple ID across all of your devices but tailor settings so that each device only receives iMessages at one address. Here's how! http://www.cultofmac.com/220986/mastering-imessage-on-your-iphone-manage-multiple-devices-ios-tips/
If you suspect someone has access to your Apple ID, change the password immediately. If you can no longer access your account, attempt to reset the password.
As the old app's binary version is not uploaded and reviewed, I just renamed that application and then used the name for the new developer id. Apple accepts the name and the app is now in review.
Sorry but this can not be done
If you change the password, he will can't login iMessages with your Apple ID. When he open it and want to launch iMessage, it will tell him the password is not correct. He can't use it any more.
Your question seems to boil down to "How do I contact support to resolve billing-related account issues?" Which has the easy answer: http://www.apple.com/support/itunes/account/ I'm not sure about the long path you took to get to that question though.
May I give you some suggestion. you should bring your imac to one of the authorized replay center from apple . and explain to then your situation . you should bring your buying document . let them fix it for you . it 's will be a fee that you have to pay. I also bought a imac and it is happening to me too. my case is quite bad . the previous owner ...
I use a German and a US Apple ID; switching as described by anthonyg works. However, I also find that switching IDs can turn off and even break iTunes Match (which is a strange beast as it is), making syncing with other devices unreliable. Different story. But a way around this problem is to create a separate iTunes library; IDs are connected to libraries ...
You can have up to ten devices (any combination of iOS devices or Macs) associated with one Apple ID; that means you could install the same software from the App Store on up to ten Macs. If one of them breaks or you sell one, you can de-authorize it, so your total goes down again. For details on authorizing that go beyond your initial question (including ...
This question can only really be answered on a per app level (The End User License Agreement (EULA) will specify how many machines an application can be installed on), but in general I have a MacBook Pro, My wife has a Macbook Air and we have a media center mac mini and I install all my apps on all of them without an issue, but we share a single Apple ID for ...
Go to settings-messages-send and recieve from, and set it to your number and her #. you will get her messages and yours. on her iphone, do the same, but only set it to her #. hope i help!
First, why not authorise your computer? Store → Authorise This Computer… and log in. Whilst you can't distinguish between songs for an authorised Apple ID and an unauthorised Apple ID, you can create a smart playlist that shows Purchased songs.
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