So nevermind why a person wants to delete an account. The sole question here is why doesnt Apple have an option for a person to delete their Apple Id account. Seems weird.
It's really not that simple. I'm not sure if you have noticed in the past few years the appearance of the various and sundry "Recently Deleted" folders and albums that have appeared throughout the Apple ecosphere, but they have popped up like mushrooms. And why? Because people delete things all the time and then scream bloody murder that, despite the multiple warnings that everything would be deleted, when all is said and done, everything really IS deleted.
Now an Apple ID has each and every purchase from the beginning of the life of that Apple ID tied to it. That is the only place where there is any sort of connection between those actual purchases (some say 100's of 1000's of songs, millions of movies, thousands of books, trillions of dollars spent at Apple) and the Apple account itself.
So, how many lawsuits do you think there would be, how many consumers going to every major news media screaming conspiracy to defraud the public if Apple just let you "delete" your Apple ID at a whim. Even if they warned you and warned you and warned you, there would be people (lots and lots of people), who would ignore those warnings, delete the ID, lose their purchases, and then scream bloody murder about being cheated by Apple because they didn't provide a magic way to "undo" something that they warned in every way possible could NOT be undone.
And all because some entitled, badly-behaved children had no respect for the rules and regulations their parents outlined for them?
It's not going to happen. Possibly some time away at a Boot Camp would help 🙂