Apple seems to be moving more towards making app subscriptions more transparent, and as part of this iOS 13 will prompt users to delete their subscription if they delete the associated app from their device.
This new feature in the iOS 13 developer beta 2 was spotted by MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci.
This should help prevent situations where iOS users end up paying for subscriptions they are no longer using.
Apple has also cracked down on apps that try to trick users into subscribing, and will also be rolling out reminders that pop up when a subscription is due for renewal.
This is part of the major revamping that Apple is planning in iOS 13. Another new feature designed to save users money is "Optimized battery charging," that is designed to slow the rate of battery aging, and increasing the lifespan of devices.
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