How to Cancel Your Apple TV+ or Apple One Subscription? Apple raised the prices of several of its services, including Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple News+, today. The price of the Apple One bundles has risen as a result of the higher individual costs.
Apple TV+ is now $9.99 per month in the United States, up from $6.99 per month previously. Apple Arcade + is now $6.99 per month, up from $9.99 per month, and Apple News + is now $12.99 per month, up from $9.99 per month. Individual and Family Apple One are $3 more expensive, while Premier is $5 more expensive. In most nations where Apple services are accessible, prices are rising.
How to Cancel Your Apple TV+ or Apple One Subscription?
When you’re unhappy with Apple’s new service pricing, you may cancel quickly and easily. Here’s how to do it on an iPhone or iPad:
- Launch the Settings app.
- Select your profile image.
- Select Subscriptions.
- If you have Apple One, select “Cancel All Services” to cancel your membership to all services. If you want to maintain only certain of them, select “Choose Individual Services.”
- When you have individual subscriptions, tap one of them and select the “Cancel Subscription” option.
- To cancel the cancellation, press the “Confirm” button.
After you cancel your subscription, your services will remain available until your next billing date. So, for example, if you pay for a year of Apple TV+, it will be available until your subscription ends. Apple One can only be purchased on a monthly basis, so you’ll only have access for a month at most.
The process for cancelling your subscription on your Mac is similar. Open the System Settings app, pick Media & Purchases, and then “Manage” under the Subscriptions option. You can then proceed with the steps outlined above.
Apple’s new prices go into effect today for new subscribers, but existing customers get a 30-day grace period. Existing customers will notice the increased costs on their next renewal date after 30 days. Apple is anticipated to send out emails in advance of the price increases.