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Apple update subscription interface on iPhone

Apple today changed the subscription management interface on iPhone and iPad, introducing a refreshed look that adds spacing between each subscription and more clearly indicates which subscriptions are active and inactive.

Activating a subscription provides details of the subscription price and renewal date, and the interface provides options to resubscribe to an expired subscription. Renewal buttons are bigger than before, as are cancel buttons and options to change subscription plans for services like Apple One, Apple TV, and Apple Music.

The new subscription interface can be seen on devices running iOS 15.5 and later, including those with the iOS 16 beta. It doesn’t appear to be available on iOS 15.4, so it may be limited to those with more recent updates. No software update is required to see the refreshed interface, as it loads a web view that Apple has revamped.

The updated subscription interface is more in line with the rest of the Settings app changes Apple made with iOS 15 and earlier updates, providing an easier and more streamlined management system.

You can access the Subscriptions interface by opening the Settings app, tapping on your profile picture, then selecting “Subscriptions”.

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