Set up your Apple ID media and purchase settings on Mac
You use Media & Purchases preferences to change the media and purchases settings associated with your Apple ID.
Sign in to the App Store or Apple Books with your Apple ID to make the Media & Purchases preferences available in the Apple ID sidebar.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Apple ID, then select Media & Purchases in the sidebar.
If you haven’t signed in to your Apple ID, click Sign In and type your Apple ID information. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Select or change the following:
Account: Click Manage to view and change your Apple ID settings used for purchases and subscriptions for the iTunes Store, App Store, Book Store and more.
Use Touch ID for Purchases: Click this tickbox to use Touch ID to complete purchases for iTunes Store, App Store and Book Store. When you make a sequence of purchases, you can specify whether a password is required for each purchase or only after a period of 15 minutes has elapsed since the last purchase.
For free downloads, click Require Password to require a password with each download, or click Never Require to not require a password with each download.
For purchases and in-app purchases, click Always Require to require a password with each purchase or click “Require after 15 minutes” to not require that passwords be entered for purchases made within the same 15-minute interval. To save your password in the app so that you can enter it automatically, click Save Password.
Subscriptions: Click Manage to review and change your current subscriptions for iTunes Store, News and more.
Purchase History: Click Manage to review your history of purchases for the iTunes Store, App Store, Book Store and more. This option appears only if you’ve made purchases.
For information about changing your Apple ID account information on the Apple ID website, see your Apple ID account page.
For information about combining your Apple subscriptions, see the Apple Support article Bundle Apple subscriptions with Apple One.