“I’ve used a lot of Macs and iOS devices over the years, and reviewed a whole bunch more,” Snell writes. “As a result, I’ve gotten some insight into all the lists Apple keeps about your personal constellation of Apple hardware.”
“It’s a bit confusing, since there are multiple lists, with different restrictions, measuring different things!” Snell writes. “Here are the ways the Apple counts what you’ve got – and what it lets you do with those lists.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Good instructions. We actually found some devices to remove from specific Apple IDs and, because their remove buttons were grayed out, we signed out of iTunes on those devices in order to activate those Remove buttons as reminded by Jason in his full article.