No one likes to pay for things he does not use.
So, if you're an iPhone user, you should check this to make sure you're not accidentally logged in to an app or service that you thought was possible cancellation.
It's actually pretty hidden in the App Store – TechCrunch's Josh Constine called the settings "buried" and a "dark pattern design".
App subscriptions are a focus for Apple. Last year, the company hosted an invitation meeting to convince developers to introduce subscription models, and Apple CEO Tim Cook said that 300 million Apple users currently subscribe to either an app or an Apple subscription service such as Apple Music.
How to check your subscriptions. You can tap here if you have the iTunes Store installed on your iPhone or Mac.
Otherwise, you will need to start the app app. You are looking for your photo in the corner:
This brings you to this page. Again, you want to tap on your user photo.
Once you've clicked your account again, you'll need to enter your password, scan your fingerprint, or use Face ID to get to the next page. You are looking for "subscriptions" that should be in the lower half of your screen:
That brings you to login screen. Tapping on this list tells you how much you spend, when it will be refreshed next, and how you can cancel or change the settings.
This is the subscription to Apple Music:
There are more details and options on the Apple website, but you can delete your unwanted subscriptions in a similar way.