How To Manage Your Apple Subscriptions On Your Mac, iPhone And iPad

There is a place on your Mac and on your iOS device where you can view almost all of your subscriptions, including Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Music and subscriptions from any third-party apps you may have. You'll find your iCloud storage subscription in a different location. You can view, modify or cancel any of these subscriptions.

Comments: 8 Responses to “How To Manage Your Apple Subscriptions On Your Mac, iPhone And iPad”

    Ian Leckie
    3 weeks ago

    Hi Gary! I already knew how to do this on my iPhone X, but had never tried it on my iMac (Mojave 10.14.6) I only have one subscription, Apple Music. Following your clear and simple instructions for the Mac just brings me to a blank page, no buttons and nothing loads or happens! On my iPhone I can see and manage Apple Music easily, just not on my Mac! Any ideas? Thanks, Ian.

    3 weeks ago

    Ian: A few people are seeing this. I would try restarting the app and then restarting the computer to see if that helps. It just sounds like the page is not loading. Give it some time too, it could take a minute.

    Ian Leckie
    3 weeks ago

    Thanks for replying, Gary! I’m relieved I’m not the only one! I had already done what you have suggested, and waited about 5 mins. for the page to load…no luck. But I´ll give it another whirl, and when I have time tomorrow I´ll start up in Recovery Mode and run Disk Utility, something I haven’t done in ages. But at least it all works perfectly on my iPhone! Thanks again! Best regards, Ian.

    Fisher Glen
    3 weeks ago

    Is there a way to see a listing of what you have spent your credit on? I know what I have remaining but I can’t see where it lists my purchases
    Thanks

    3 weeks ago

    Fisher: Yes. For instance, in the Music app, go to Account, View My Account. Then look for Purchase History.

    Harold Wood
    3 weeks ago

    I have the same problem Ian Leckie had – just a blank page on my Mac using Catalina. I get blank pages a lot with a lot of apps. Usually restarting the computer fixes it.

    Ron Housley
    2 weeks ago

    It appears that there is no mechanism to get user approval for the renewal of a subscription which is set to auto-renew; and if I want to evaluate every year whether to renew, my only option is to CANCEL the subscription and then renew it again manually. Is that right?

    2 weeks ago

    Ron: Well, evaluate and only cancel if you don’t want it anymore.

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