Manage your Apple Cash account

Choose which devices can use Apple Cash, check your card details, view your transactions, and more.1

View your Apple Cash card info

To view details about your account, such as your balance, the Privacy Policy, and the Terms and Conditions, go to your card info. Here's how:

  1. iPhone: Open the Wallet app, tap your Apple Cash card, then tap the more button
  2. iPad: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card.
  3. Apple Watch: Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card.

You can check your balance at the top of the screen or on your Apple ID account page. To make sure that your balance is up to date, you need a cellular or Wi-Fi connection.  

Apple Cash doesn't require a PIN as every payment is authenticated by Face ID, Touch ID, or a secure passcode. Some terminals may still request a PIN to complete a debit transaction. If prompted, enter a four-digit code such as 0000.

View your transactions

  1. Go to your card info:
    • iPhone: Open the Wallet app, tap your Apple Cash card, then tap the more button
    • iPad: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card.
    • Apple Watch: View transactions for all your devices in the Wallet app on your iPhone. 
  2. You see all of your latest transactions.
  3. For more details, tap a transaction. 
  4. To see transactions by year, scroll down and tap Transactions in [year].
  5. To get an email with a PDF of your entire transaction history up to 11:59 p.m. PT the prior day, tap the more button
  6. Scroll down and tap Request Transaction Statement, confirm your email address, then tap Send. We'll email you at the same address that you use as your Apple ID. Learn how to change your Apple ID email address. You can also see information regarding fees that have been applied to your Apple Cash card. 

 

Turn off Apple Cash on a device

After you set up Apple Cash on one device, you can use it on any eligible device where you're signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID. To turn off Apple Cash on a certain device, use these steps on the device: 

  • iPhone or iPad: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then turn off Apple Cash. 
  • Apple Watch: Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then turn off Apple Cash.

To turn Apple Cash back on, you need to enter your Apple ID password. 

Close your account

Before you close your account, make sure that your balance is $0 and that you don't have pending transactions. To check your balance, go to your card info. You can transfer money to your bank, spend it, or send it to someone.

When your balance is $0, contact us to close your account:

  1. Go to your card info:
    • iPhone: Open the Wallet app, tap your Apple Cash card, then tap the more button. Tap the Info tab.
    • iPad: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card. Tap the Info tab.
    • Apple Watch: Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card.
  2. Tap Contact Apple, then tap Call.

Turning off Apple Cash in Settings doesn't close your account. 

What happens to Daily Cash you receive from Apple Card

When you close your Apple Cash account, your Daily Cash from Apple Card purchases accumulates in your Apple Card account.2 The accumulating Daily Cash can be applied towards your Apple Card balance.

About your Apple Cash account statement

If you request an emailed statement, you can see transactions up to 11:59 p.m. PT the prior day. This includes all purchases made with your Apple Cash card and whether money was sent or received. Your statement will also provide information about any fees that have been applied to your Apple Cash card.

You can also see which debit or credit cards you used. For example, when you send money, you can see if you used Apple Cash or one of your cards in Wallet, including any credit card fees. Some items might show up on two lines. For example, because recipients have seven days to accept a payment, payments that are debited from your account and then later rejected or returned might show up on two lines. Transactions listed in Wallet might differ from your statement, as transactions aren't included on your statement until the final amount has posted.

For transactions made before March 25, 2019, you see which credit cards you used and any credit card fees.

  1. In order to send and receive money with Apple Pay or receive the Apple Cash card, you must be 18 years old and a resident of the United States. These services are provided by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC. Learn more about the Terms and Conditions.
  2. Apple Card is issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch. Apple Card is available only in the United States.

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