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How to Check Your Apple Card Payment History

One of the great things about Apple Card is that you don't need to log in to a credit card issuer's website to see your payment history or wait for paper statements to be mailed to you – it's all there right on your iPhone. You can view your Apple Card payment and credit history at any time, and even download monthly PDF statements at the tap of a button. The following steps show you how it's done. Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap your Apple Card. Tap Total Balance. Scroll down and tap the statement you want to view. To download a PDF of the selected statement, tap Download PDF Statement.To view individual payments, instead of tapping Total Balance on the main Apple Card screen, scroll through your Latest Transactions until you see a Payment transaction. You can view the payment details by tapping the transaction and then tapping it again on the following

How to Check Your Apple Card Balance

Checking your Apple Card's total balance is as simple as opening the Wallet app on your iPhone and tapping your Apple Card. The Total Balance appears below your card, and includes all previous monthly balances and any interest charges you have, new spending from the current month, any payments and credits, and any pending transactions. Find Out Your Monthly Balance You can also check your monthly balance, which includes all of your spending and interest charges from the previous month, minus any payments and credits. Your monthly balance also includes any remaining balances from previous months. Here's how to view it. Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap your Apple Card. Tap the circular black Pay button. Your monthly balance is displayed inside the pay dial, which shows a green checkmark.The figure you see on this screen will automatically adjust to reflect any payments you make toward your monthly balance. Don't forget that if you pay your monthly balance in full each month by the due date, you won't be charged

How to Use Apple Cash to Help Pay Off your Apple Card

If you've set up Apple Cash and verified your identity, you can use Apple Cash to help make an immediate one-time payment to your Apple Card. If your Apple Cash balance is less than the amount of your payment, the remaining balance will be taken from your nominated bank account. The following steps show you how to let your Apple Card use Apple Cash when making an immediate one-time payment. Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap your Apple Card. Tap the black Pay button. Choose an amount to pay by sliding the circular dial with your finger. Tap Pay Now. Tap your bank account. Toggle the Apple Cash switch to the green ON position. Tap the Back button. Press your iPhone's Side button to authenticate with Face ID, or use Touch ID or your passcode to make the payment.If you no longer want to use your Apple Cash balance to pay off your Apple Card, simply switch off Apple Cash using the same

How to Make Apple Card the Default Card on Your Mac

If you've signed up for Apple Card, you may want to use it to make some online purchases. The main thing to know is that you can purchase things online with Apple Card wherever you see the Apple Pay symbol in checkout. While Apple Card is chiefly made for use on iPhone, if you tend to do most of your online shopping on your Mac, then you'll want to set up Apple's credit card in macOS. Once you've done that, consider making it the default card on your Mac. That way it will be automatically selected whenever you use Apple Pay. It'll also make Apple Card your preferred card for Mac App Store, Apple Music, and Apple services. The following steps show you how. Launch System Preferences from your Mac's Dock, from the Applications folder, or from the Apple menu bar ( -> System Preferences...). Click Wallet & Apple Pay. Select your Apple Card from the Default Card pop-up menu at the bottom of the preference pane.And that's it. Note that for added convenience, you can also make Apple Card the default card on Your iPhone. Click here to learn how.

How to Add Apple Card to Your Mac

If you've just had your Apple Card application approved then you'll probably want to start using it right away. If you regularly do your online shopping from your Mac, then you'll need to get Apple Card set up in macOS. You can add Apple Card to a Mac with Touch ID if you're signed in to it with the same Apple ID that was signed in to iCloud on the iPhone you used to apply for Apple Card. The steps below guide you through this process. Beyond that, the main thing to remember is that you can purchase things online with your Apple Card using Apple Pay on your Mac wherever you see the Apple Pay symbol in checkout. Launch System Preferences from your Mac's Dock, from the Applications folder, or from the Apple menu bar ( -> System Preferences...). Click Wallet & Apple Pay. Click the plus (+) button. Select Apple Card, then click Next and follow the onscreen instructions. Using Apple Card on a Mac Without Touch ID If you want to use Apple Card on a Mac model that doesn't have Touch ID, you'll need to keep your iPhone or Apple Watch handy to complete any purchases. You'll also need to allow this verification on your iPhone first: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then turn on Allow Payments on Mac

How to Set up an Apple Cash Card on iPhone and iPad

Apple Cash (formerly Apple Pay Cash) is Apple's peer-to-peer payments service. You can use Apple Cash to make and receive payments in Messages, or you can get Siri to send money to a friend or family member. When someone sends you money, it goes on your virtual Apple Cash card, which is stored securely in the Wallet app on your iPhone or iPad. You can use the money on it to send to someone, make purchases using Apple Pay in stores, within apps, and on the web. Alternatively, you can transfer the money on your Apple Cash card directly to your bank account. There's no fee to send, receive, or request money using Apple Cash, and setting up an Apple Cash card won't affect your credit score. Furthermore, if you've applied for Apple's own-branded credit card – called simply Apple Card – you can use Apple Cash to help pay off your Apple Card balance. You can also take advantage of Apple Card's "Daily Cash" rewards system, where Apple pays out cash back bonuses on a daily basis. There's no limit to how much Daily Cash you can get, and it's paid daily into your Apple Cash card – if you have one. Here's what you'll need to set one up. What You Need to Get an Apple Cash Card To set up an Apple Cash card and send and receive Apple Cash, you must be at least 18 years old and live in the United States. You'll also need these things: An iPhone or iPad that can use Apple Pay and runs iOS 11.2 and later, or an Apple Watch running watchOS 4.2 and later. Two-factor authentication set up for your Apple ID. An eligible debit card loaded into the Wallet app. How to

How to See Your Daily Cash Rewards From Apple Card

One of the benefits of Apple Card's rewards system is "Daily Cash," where Apple pays out your cash back bonuses on a daily basis rather than making you wait weeks for your cash back to show up on a statement. Apple Card offers three types of cash back rewards depending on how and where you use it. For purchases made from Apple's online store or any of its retail stores you get 3% cash back. This includes purchases made from the App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple services. For purchases made using Apple Pay, Apple's digital mobile payment platform, you get 2% cash back. For all other purchases using the titanium Apple Credit Card, you get 1% cash back. There's no limit to how much Daily Cash that you can get, and it's either paid daily into your Apple Cash card (if you've set one up), or paid on a monthly basis as a credit on your statement balance. How to See Daily Cash Earned From Apple Card Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap Apple Card. Tap Monthly Activity or Weekly Activity. To see a previous week or month, swipe sideways.You can see all of the Daily Cash transactions from purchases for the selected week or month. If you tap Daily Cash, you can also see the amount of Daily Cash you earned for each of those transactions. How to See Daily Cash Added to Apple Cash Card Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap your Apple Cash card. Tap a transaction under Latest Transactions or find one by selecting "Transactions in [year]" and tap the transaction.The dates show your individual transactions with the amount of Daily Cash you received

How to Make Apple Card the Default Card on Your Apple Watch

If you've just had your Apple Card application approved then you'll likely want to start using it right away. Using your iPhone, you can make Apple Card purchases in retail stores wherever you see the Apple Pay logo or the contactless symbol. But if it's more convenient, you can always use your Apple Watch instead. To do so, you'll want to make Apple Card the default card on your Apple Watch. The following steps show you how. How to Make Apple Card Your Default Card Launch Apple's stock Watch app on your iPhone. Tap the My Watch tab. Tap Wallet & Apple Pay. Under Transaction Defaults, tap Default Card, then choose your Apple Card. Once you've made Apple Card your default card on Apple Watch, you can start paying for things with it. Simply double-click the side button and hold the display of your Apple Watch within a few centimeters of the contactless reader, and the transaction will be processed with an accompanying audible

How to Create a New Window From a Link in Safari on iPadOS

In iPadOS, Apple's Split View and Slide Over multitasking features allow you to use one app alongside another app, or view two documents at the same time in the one app. In the case of Safari, Split View or Slide Over can be used to reference two webpages side by side. You can even open a link in another window without navigating away from the original page. Here's how it works. Hold your iPad in landscape orientation. Launch Safari and find a webpage link that you want to open in a separate window. Touch and hold the link so that it pops out of the page, indicating it's selected. Now, drag the link to the edge of the screen, and either let go before it hits the edge to activate Slide Over, or drag it right to the edge to activate Split View mode. Note that you can also touch and hold a link to invoke a contextual menu which includes the option to Open in New Window. In iPadOS, you can also open multiple separate windows in the same app and manage them in an Exposé-style screen. With the app already open, simply tap its icon in the Dock, and iPadOS will reveal all of the open windows for that

How to Use Apple Card

If you've just had your Apple Card application approved then you'll probably want to start using it right away. This article shows you how. If you've requested a titanium Apple Card, the good news is you don't have to wait for it to arrive before you can make purchases. You can pay with Apple Card using Apple Pay on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac. How to Make an Online Purchase with Apple Card You can make a purchase online with your Apple Card wherever you see the Apple Pay symbol in checkout. When you tap the symbol, the Apple Pay transaction sheet slides up the screen and the website is dimmed. Tap the blue chevrons on the right to change any details related to the transaction, including which card to use, your shipping address, the shipping method, and your contact details. Obviously you'll want to choose to pay using your Apple Card if it isn't already selected, but if you make Apple Card the default card to use with Apple Pay, it's automatically selected when you use Apple Pay. When you're sure that all your details are correct, double-click the Side button on your iPhone, and glance at the screen to authenticate the transaction with Face ID (older iPhones, use Touch ID or your passcode). How to Make an In-Store Purchase With Apple Card You can make Apple Card purchases in stores wherever you see the Apple Pay logo or the contactless symbol. To pay for something with Apple Card, double-click the Side button on your iPhone, glance at the screen to authenticate with Face ID (on older iPhones, put your finger on the Home button

How to Make Apple Card the Default Card on Your iPhone

If you've just had your Apple Card application approved then you'll probably want to start using it right away. You can purchase things online with your Apple Card wherever you see the Apple Pay symbol in checkout, and you can make purchases in stores wherever you see the Apple Pay logo or the contactless symbol. If you plan to use Apple Card for the majority of your purchases, then consider making it the default card on your iPhone. That way it will be automatically selected whenever you use Apple Pay. It'll also make Apple Card your preferred card for App Store, Apple Music, and Apple services. Keep reading to learn how. How to Make Apple Card Your Default Card Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap Wallet & Apple Pay. Under Transaction Defaults, tap Default Card. Select your Apple Card.On iPhone, you can also make Apple Card your default card in the Wallet app: Simply touch and hold your Apple Card, then drag it to the front of your card

How to Request a Replacement Titanium Apple Card

Apple's titanium Apple Card is fairly thick and feels a bit heavier than a typical metal credit card, so it should stand up to everyday wear and tear. But if your Apple Card does get damaged, you can always request a replacement. The same goes can be said if the worst happens and your Apple Card is lost or stolen. (If your card isn't in your possession, you might also want to lock it). The steps below show you how to request a replacement card from Apple. Note that there is no cost for the card and there is no fee associated with replacing it if you lose it. Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap Apple Card. Tap the ellipsis button (the circular icon containing three dots). Scroll down to Physical Card and tap Request Replacement Card. Select a reason for needing a new card, then follow the onscreen instructions.If you need to, you can cancel your request for a titanium Apple Card by chatting with an Apple Card Specialist. In the Wallet app, tap Apple Card, tap the ellipsis button, then tap Message to begin a

How to Lock or Unlock Your Titanium Apple Card

Apple's titanium Apple Card has a traditional magstripe on the back and a built-in chip, but unlike typical credit cards, there's no card number or expiration date on the front, and no CVV or signature space on the back. All of this information is stored in the Wallet app on your iPhone, which makes Apple Card more secure than other credit cards. That said, if your card is lost or stolen then you'll want to lock it so that it can't be used to make purchases. To lock your titanium Apple Card, follow these steps. How to Lock Your Titanium Apple Card Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap the ellipsis button (the circular icon containing three dots). Scroll down to Physical Card and tap Lock Card. Follow the onscreen instructions. Once you've locked your Apple Card, no-one can use it to make purchases. If at any point you're able to retrieve your card, here's how to unlock it using your iPhone. How to Unlock Your Titanium Apple Card. Launch the Wallet app. Tap Apple Card. Tap the ellipsis button (the circular icon containing three dots). Scroll down to Physical Card and tap Unlock Card. Follow the onscreen instructions.Once your Apple Card is unlocked it will function just as before, so you can use it to make purchases again. If your card is irretrievably lost, damaged, or stolen, you can request a replacement

How to Activate Your Titanium Apple Card on iPhone X or Earlier

Once you've ordered a titanium Apple Card, it will be posted to you free of charge and you'll receive a notification on your iPhone when it ships. When your new titanium Apple Card arrives, the first thing you need to do is activate it. To do so, you'll need an iPhone that's capable of using Apple Pay and running the latest version of iOS. If you own an iPhone X or earlier, follow these steps to activate your titanium Apple Card. Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap Apple Card. Tap Activate Your Card at the bottom of the screen. Hold your iPhone near the packaging that came with the Apple Card. Tap the Activate Your Card button. Tap Done.Now that your Apple Card is activated you can use it everywhere that Mastercard is accepted. You can see your transaction details and make payments in the Wallet app. If you've thrown away the packaging that your titanium Apple Card came in, the activation process is slightly different. Click here to learn more.

How to Activate Your Titanium Apple Card on iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR

Once you've ordered a titanium Apple Card, it will be posted to you free of charge and you'll receive a notification on your iPhone when it ships. When your new titanium Apple Card arrives, the first thing you need to do is activate it. To do so, you'll need an iPhone that's capable of using Apple Pay and running the latest version of iOS. If you own an iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR, follow these steps to activate your titanium Apple Card. Open the packaging that your Apple Card came in. Wake your iPhone and hold it near the Apple Card. Tap Activate on the Apple Card sheet that appears on your iPhone's screen. Now that your Apple Card is activated you can use it everywhere that Mastercard is accepted. You can see your transaction details and make payments in the Wallet app. If you've thrown away the packaging that your titanium Apple Card came in, the activation process is slightly different. Click here to learn more.

How to Order a Titanium Apple Card

If you've taken up the Apple Card offer in the Wallet app on your iPhone, it's worth ordering a physical titanium Apple Card. Keep reading to learn how you can go about ordering one if you didn't elect to have one sent when you signed up for Apple Card. The titanium Apple Card can be used to make purchases anywhere that Mastercard is accepted. It's made entirely from titanium and comes laser etched with your name. It has a traditional magstripe on the back and a built-in chip, but unlike typical credit cards, there's no card number or expiration date on the front, and no CVV or signature space on the back. All of this information is stored in the Wallet app on your iPhone, which makes Apple Card more secure than other credit cards. You can use the card in retail locations without your iPhone nearby just like any other card, but Apple Card doesn't support contactless payments, which must be made using your iPhone or Apple Watch. Apple offers 1 percent Daily Cash on every purchase you make with the titanium Apple Card. Apple pays out this cash back bonus on a daily basis, so you don't have to wait weeks for your rewards to show up on a statement. Daily Cash is transferred to your digital Apple Cash card, and can be used for Apple Pay purchases, sent to friends or family using the Apple Cash feature in Messages, or transferred to your bank account. How to Order a Titanium Apple Card After your Apple Card application receives approval and you accept the offer, you'll be given the option to request a titanium Apple Card. Here's how it works. Launch

How to Activate Your Titanium Apple Card Without the Original Card Packaging

When a new titanium Apple Card is shipped to a customer, Apple sends it in a special wallet-style packaging which contains an NFC tag. This tag initiates the link between the physical Apple Card with the digital one in the Wallet app on your iPhone, and makes activating the card as simple as possible. If the packaging that your new Apple Card was delivered in has been damaged or you unwittingly disposed of it before activating the card, don't worry – you can still activate the card. It just requires a slightly different process. The following steps show you how. Launch the Wallet app on your iPhone. Tap the ellipsis button (the circular icon containing three dots). Under Physical Card, tap Activate Your Card. Tap Having trouble activating your card. Tap Do Not Have Card Packaging, then follow the instructions on your screen. Now that your Apple Card is activated you can use it everywhere that Mastercard is accepted, and you can keep track of your transaction details and make payments in the Wallet

How to Disable Content Blockers for a Specific Website in Safari for iOS

Web browsing on your iPhone and iPad is designed to be a smooth and enjoyable experience, and not one cluttered by annoying ads, which can take up valuable screen space, slow down webpage loading times, and eat up valuable bandwidth. That's why Apple's Safari mobile browser includes native support for third-party content blockers. Content blockers prevent ads like popups and banners from loading on websites you visit, and may also disable cookies, beacons, and the like to prevent online tracking and protect your privacy. Occasionally, however, they may insistently block a legitimate page element that you need access to on a particular webpage you regularly visit. If you suspect that a content blocker you installed is disabling a useful webpage element, or you just want to disable all blocking for that specific website, here's how to turn it off. Launch Safari on your iOS device and navigate to the site in question. Tap the "aA" icon in the top-left corner of the screen to reveal the Website View menu. Tap Website Settings. Toggle the switch beside Use Content Blockers to the grey OFF position.Alternatively, if you want to temporarily disable content blockers for all websites, simply tap Turn Off Content Blockers in the Website View

How to Enable Content Blockers in Safari for iOS

Web browsing on your iPhone and iPad is designed to be a smooth and enjoyable experience, and not one cluttered by annoying ads, which can take up valuable screen space, slow down webpage loading times, and eat up valuable bandwidth. That's why Apple added native support for content blockers to its Safari mobile browser. Content blockers offer a simple one-click solution for preventing ads like popups and banners from loading on websites you visit. They can also protect your privacy from online tracking by disabling cookies, beacons, and scripts that sites attempt to load. You can find various free and paid-for third-party content blockers by searching the App Store for "content blockers." Once you've installed a content blocker, simply follow the steps below to activate it, and you should see the benefits almost immediately the next time you browse the web using Safari. Launch the Settings app. Scroll down and tap Safari. Under General, tap Content Blockers. To activate content blockers, toggle the switches next to them to the green ON position. Note that the Content Blockers option doesn't appear in Safari's settings until you've installed at least one third-party content blocker from the App Store. If a content blocker inadvertently blocks a useful web page element that's not ad-related, you can always temporarily disable it. Click here to learn how.

How to Temporarily Disable Content Blockers in Safari for iOS

Web browsing on your iPhone and iPad is designed to be a smooth and enjoyable experience, and not one cluttered by annoying ads, which can take up valuable screen space, slow down webpage loading times, and eat up valuable bandwidth. That's why Apple's Safari mobile browser includes native support for third-party content blockers. Content blockers prevent ads like popups and banners from loading on websites you visit, and may also disable cookies, beacons, and the like to prevent online tracking and protect your privacy. Occasionally, however, they may unintentionally block a page element that you need access to, like a web form, for example. If you suspect that a content blocker you installed is disabling a useful webpage element, or you just want to temporarily disable all blocking in your current browsing session, here's how to turn it off. Launch Safari on your iOS device and navigate to the site in question. Tap the "aA" icon in the top-left corner of the screen to reveal the Website View menu. Tap Turn Off Content Blockers. If you only want to disable content blockers for a specific website, tap Website Settings in the aforementioned Website View menu, and then toggle the switch beside Use Content Blockers to the grey OFF