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iOS 13 Can Help Save Money on iPhone Subscription | Operational systems

IOS 13 will help you save money on app signatures that are no longer being used on iPhone. The new feature was unveiled in Apple's latest developer release. In System Beta 2, alerts appear on the screen to remind you of a subscription renewal date or to ask if you are interested in maintaining a monthly fee tied to an app that has just been deleted from your phone. Currently, cancellation is done manually in the device settings.

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Remember that the news is in the testing phase and there is no guarantee that the final version of iOS 13, scheduled for September this year.

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The function should prevent recurring payments registered on the credit card from continuing to be debited without the user noticing. Everything indicates that just delete the corresponding app and select the Manage Subscriptions option to proceed with the cancellation.

Another feature that should also help save money on iPhone is the controlled recharge of energy. The feature can go into action to slow down the battery replenishment rate and reduce wear on the part over time. The expectation is that the measure will help to extend the battery life, avoiding expenses with a possible replacement of the component.

IOS 13 was announced in June, during WWDC 2019, and brought as a major novelty the Dark Mode, which changes the hue of the interface graphics to near black tones. The goal is to make viewing the phone more comfortable at night, as well as saving battery life, especially on iPhone models with OLED display.

iOS 13, announced at WWDC 2019, will bring dark mode Photo: Playback / AppleiOS 13, announced at WWDC 2019, will bring dark mode Photo: Playback / Apple

iOS 13, announced at WWDC 2019, will bring dark mode Photo: Playback / Apple

The software also promises faster application opening as well as a 50% reduction in new app install files. Update packages downloaded from the App Store would be "shrunk" by 60%. Other new features include iMessage enhancements, improved camera lighting adjustments, and a more powerful video editor.

The update is expected to be released in September free of charge. The iPhone SE and newer models will be compatible and the 7th generation iPod Touch, released in May. The iPhone 6 is left out.