Check your iPhone now – “vampire apps” could drain your bank account

IF YOU have an iPhone, you might be paying for apps or services you no longer use – here’s how to find out.

Some iPhone users might spend monthly on app subscriptions that they forgot or accidentally subscribed to.

IF you have an iPhone, you may be paying for apps or services that you don't even use anymore

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IF you have an iPhone, you may be paying for apps or services that you don’t even use anymorePhoto credit: Getty

And those recurring silent payments could be draining your bank account — without you even knowing it.

However, there is a way to easily review and cancel these subscriptions.

How to view your app subscriptions

First, you should go to your iPhone’s settings and then tap on your name.

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Next, click iTunes & App Store and then tap the Apple ID link at the top.

From there, click View Apple ID, then click Subscriptions.

On the next screen, you should be able to see all of your subscriptions managed by Apple, including Apple Music.

How to cancel a subscription

Once you’ve identified the subscription you want to cancel, you can tap on it.

After that, click on Unsubscribe – please note that if there is no “unsubscribe” button, the subscription may already be canceled.

Cancel a subscription on your Mac

To cancel app subscriptions on your Mac, first open the App Store app.

Then click your name – or sign in if you don’t see your name.

After that click Account Settings > Scroll to Subscriptions > click Manage.

Next to the subscription, tap Edit, then tap Cancel subscription.

Cancel a subscription on your Windows PC

If you’re on a PC, you can still cancel your subscriptions through your iTunes app.

Choose Account from the menu bar at the top of the iTunes window, then choose View My Account.

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Click View Account and then go to the Settings section.

Next to Subscriptions, click Manage > Edit > Unsubscribe.

https://www.the-sun.com/tech/5535181/iphone-vampire-apps-draining-bank-account/ Check your iPhone now – “vampire apps” could drain your bank account

Chris Barrese

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