Apple to Allow In-App Payment Method Updates for Failed Subscriptions

Apple Allows Payment Updates for Failed Subscriptions

Apple has made a significant adjustment to in-app subscriptions on the iPhone and iPad. If a subscription renewal fails, you’ll be able to handle billing concerns directly in-app starting this summer. Previously, you had to manage failed subscription payments through your Apple ID settings.

Apple made the announcement today on its developer website. Customers will soon get a prompt immediately in that application to adjust their payment method if an auto-renewable membership does not renew owing to a billing issue, according to the business.

The system-generated pop-up message will encourage customers to alter their payment method for their Apple ID. This modification makes the process easier for both customers and developers. It should result in fewer expired memberships.

According to Apple, developers will need to do nothing to use this capability. Instead, it is included with iOS 16.4 and iPadOS 16.4 as part of the StoreKit framework. Developers can read more about Sandbox on Apple’s website and start testing it right away. According to Apple, the capability will be available to customers this summer.

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