When you follow the steps below, your Apple ID country or region updates for all of your Apple services on all of your Apple products.
Right-click on your Mac app or folder and choose from the menu Get Info (alternatively select it and press Cmd+I). In the example below, I am getting information about Skype: A small window should pop out with the information about your application or folder. At the top, there is the default icon. The file will now open in that app. How To Change The Mac Default App Settings. If you think you’re going to use alternative apps for a long time, it’s better to just set them up as default apps instead of doing the method above every single time. However, keep in mind that you can’t change default app settings in one go. But, don’t worry. Apple-billed subscriptions are billed to your Apple ID payments method. To change your payment in iOS: Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Select your name iTunes & App Store. Tap your Apple ID (usually your email) View Apple ID (and sign in, if prompted). Tap Manage Payments. Tap the payment method you want to change, then edit.
If you're a part of a Family Sharing group, you might not be able to change your country or region. Learn how to leave a Family Sharing group.
If you can't complete any of the steps, can't change your country or region, or you have less store credit than the cost of a single item, contact Apple Support.
1. If you don't want to enter a payment method, wait until you're physically in your new country or region, then create a new Apple ID.
Change your payment method or add a new payment method.
*Apple will attempt to charge payment methods in order from top to bottom. You can't change the order in which Apple ID balance is charged.
To change your Apple ID payment method, use iTunes on your PC or follow the steps for your non-Apple device.
Try updating to the latest version of iOS or iPadOS or macOS.
If you have subscriptions, have an unpaid balance, or share purchases with your Family Sharing group, you can't remove all payment information. Get help if you want to use no payment method with your Apple ID.
When you set up Family Sharing and turn on purchase sharing, one adult in the family—the family organizer—controls a single shared payment method for everyone in the family group. Learn more about family purchases and payments.
If you're the family organizer, you can add multiple payment methods to your own Apple ID, but your family members can use only the first payment method in the list. If a family member can't make a purchase, the family organizer can move a different payment method to the top of the list.
Identify unfamiliar charges.
Request a refund.
Cancel a subscription.