View your iTunes Store, App Store, and other Apple media service purchases.
Find your purchase history online if you want a rundown of the most recent applications, subscriptions, songs, and other material you purchased.
How to access your Apple.com/bill purchase history
- Go to reportaproblem.apple.com
- Use your Apple ID and password to log in.
- Your most recent purchases are listed. If you know the charge’s amount but are unsure of what you were charged for, look up the charge’s amount. Find your purchase history in Settings or Account Settings on your smartphone if you’re looking for details about earlier purchases.
Find out what to do if you can’t locate an item or if you discover unexpected costs.
You can cancel a subscription if you bought one that you no longer want.
Obtain information regarding earlier purchases
Check the purchase history in Settings on your iPhone or iPad if you can’t find something in your purchase history at reportaproblem.apple.com. Alternately, look at your computer’s Account Settings to view the purchase history.
On your iPhone or iPad
- Open the Settings app.
- Click on your name at top, select Media & Purchases.
- Click on View Account. might ask you to sign in.
- Choose “Purchase History”
- Your shopping history is displayed. After tapping Last 90 Days, choose a new time frame.
If an item is missing from your purchasing history or can’t find.
You can’t seem to locate the thing you’re looking for. You might have been logged in with a different Apple ID when you made the purchase if you have more than one Apple ID. Use the second Apple ID to log in and review your previous purchases.
It’s possible that the email you received about a transaction wasn’t from Apple or didn’t accurately reflect the charges that were made to your account. Discover how to spot authentic iTunes Store or App Store emails.
If you discover items or payments that you don’t recognize.
- Find out how to ask for a refund.
- Ask your family members whether they purchased any products in your purchasing history that you don’t recall making. You might want to need a password for every purchase if family members have access to your smartphone. Change your Apple ID password if someone else is using your Apple ID and password.
- One bill may include several subscriptions and purchases. Learn about the billing for purchases made through the iTunes Store and App Store.
- Find out what to do if a charge from your bank or other financial institution appears on your statement but you don’t recognize it.