Use Apple Card with Wallet on iPhone or iPad
To access and use all of the Apple Card features, you must add Apple Card to the Wallet app on an eligible iOS or iPadOS device. You can then manage your Apple Card on your device and perform additional tasks.
If you don’t have Apple Card and want to apply, see the Apple Support article How to apply for Apple Card.
Change your billing address and manage your account
Do one of the following:
If you set up Apple Card on your iPhone or iPad: You can change your billing address and manage your account in Wallet. See the Apple Support article Manage your Apple Card account.
You can also chat with an Apple Card Specialist at Goldman Sachs. In the Wallet app on your iPhone, tap , then tap Message. On your iPad, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay. Tap Apple Card, then tap Message.
If you don’t have an eligible device: At card.apple.com, click Support in the sidebar for information about contacting Goldman Sachs.
Request a titanium Apple Card
If you have an iPhone or iPad and you’ve been approved for Apple Card, you can request a titanium Apple Card through Wallet. See the Apple Support article Request and activate your titanium Apple Card.
Set up Apple Card Family
You can share Apple Card with members of your Family Sharing group.1 You can invite one eligible member of your Family Sharing group who is 18 years or older to co-own an Apple Card with you.2 Members of your Family Sharing group who are 13 years or older can be added as participants to your Apple Card.3 See the Apple Support articles Set up Apple Card Family and add a co-owner and participants and Set up Family Sharing.
Note: Only owners and co-owners of an Apple Card Family account can sign in to card.apple.com.
Make purchases outside the Apple Store
When you add Apple Card to Wallet on iPhone or iPad, you can make purchases anywhere Mastercard is accepted. Otherwise, you can only use your Apple line of credit for certain eligible purchases online and in Apple Store locations.
For more information, see the following Apple Support articles:
See more details about your spending
If you have an iPhone or iPad with Apple Card set up in Wallet, you can do the following:
See your spending activity broken down by month. On iPhone, you can also see it broken down by week or organized into categories.
View details about an individual transaction, including the date, transaction status, and location in Maps (if applicable).
Download transaction history as a CSV, OFX, QFX, or QBO file.
To learn more about what you can do in Wallet, see the Apple Support article See your Apple Card spending history.
For more information about Apple Card, see the Apple Card Support website.