On the 24th of this month, Apple secretly pushed an update to the “Subscription Items” interface for iPhone and iPad. As long as the device is iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 or above, the new subscription item interface style can be used. What’s the difference? This article takes everyone to understand.
Apple has brought a new design to the iPhone and iPad subscription project management interface, and also displays “plan, renewal date and subscription amount” information for each subscription in the menu, eliminating the need to click each time to know the APP subscription details, and at the same time Change the original “Expired” text item to “Inactive” so that you can review items you have subscribed to in the past.
If you want to know the subscription details, after you click on the APP subscription item, detailed and rich information will be presented. At the same time, the layout of the new subscription item interface is also close to the main style of iOS, and the spacing of each subscription text is also increased, and all solutions are placed in another An independent page is helpful for users to change programs.
If it is a subscription that has expired, it will also be marked with “Subscription has expired” in red, and the subscription expiration date information will also be displayed below. On the expired subscription page, there will also be a large “Renew” button in the center, so that you can click to renew directly.
The new iPhone or iPad subscription item interface will only be displayed in iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and later, or iOS 16 beta. If it is not visible, it means the system version is too old. It is recommended to update to the latest version for iPhone or iPad devices.
In the past, in the information presentation on the subscription item page, it was very easy for many iPhones or iPads to not understand whether the subscription has been cancelled. After this replacement of the new subscription interface, the information of all subscription content is also presented in more detail.
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