Apple updated the iPhone and iPad’s subscription administration experience, giving it a fresh design, widening the space among memberships, and making it easier to tell which memberships are effective and which are not.
The functionality offers the opportunity to resubscribe to expiring memberships along with information regarding the membership fee and specified expiration date when users tap on Subscribe.The ability to alter membership packages for applications including Apple One, Apple TV, and Apple Music, as well as the cancellation icon, are now greater noticeable than they were previously.
In addition, iOS 15.5 and subsequent smartphones, such as those operating the iOS 16 beta platform, display the redesigned membership experience. Customers can access the updated display without updating the programmer.
A subscription fee and renewal date may be found by clicking on it, and the UI also offers the ability to resubscribe to an expiring membership. The icons for renewals, cancellation, and changing membership packages for programs including Apple One, Apple TV, and Apple Music are further noticeable than previously.
Membership and Renewals
On phones operating iOS 15.5 and above, such as the iOS 16 beta, the redesigned membership experience is visible. It does not seem to be accessible on iOS 15.4, thus it could only be accessible to users of more recent upgrades. The updated UI displays a web browser that Apple redesigned, so no program upgrade is necessary to access it.
The revamped membership experience offers a clearer, greater efficient administration approach and is better consistent with the other modifications Apple introduced to the Settings application with iOS 15 and preceding upgrades.
Nevertheless, according to MacRumors, it appears that the updated Membership navigation layout is exclusively accessible on phones operating iOS 15.5 or above. Also when Apple changed the Membership section directly for iOS 15.5 customers, iOS 15.4 still uses the outdated UI.
The Subscribers option on the Mac is still accessible through the App Store, although it has not been upgraded either.