Apple wants to make sure you don’t subscribe to apps accidentally.
The iPhone maker has added a new step to help make sure users are only subscribing to iOS apps when they mean to, according to a 9to5 Mac’ report on Thursday.
After clicking on a button for an in-app subscription — for example to unlock premium or upgraded features — iOS will reportedly show a pop-up that says “Confirm Subscription” asking you to confirm you actually want to subscribe.
The alert, which was spotted earlier by developer David Barnard, comes after you confirm a subscription with Touch ID.
The new step should prevent people from accidentally subscribing to apps, which has reportedly been a problem for those with Touch ID phones.
What’s been happening is this: Users get a pop-up message asking them to subscribe. When they put their finger on the home button to exit the app, Touch ID instead authorizes it and signs them up for the subscription.