Application developer David Barnard first noticed this change, and 9to5Mac confirmed that he is already alive. This feature, apparently, began to unfold last week.
Oh! Apple added an additional step to verify subscriptions. This new signal arrives after confirmation using the touch ID / Face ID. I hope they solve it in a more elegant way on iOS 13, but I'm delighted with Apple making the final step to stop subscribing to fraud. 👏🏻 @pschiller pic.twitter.com/oktaEVdx0o
– David Barnard (@drbarnard) April 11, 2019 to keep unscrupulous developers. In January, the company began to ban apps that hide a real small-size subscriber's fee in order to get you to agree to higher amounts than what you are willing to pay.