The Apple Card is a mobile-first credit card, but it still has a card number you can use for online purchases. The service’s physical card doesn’t have the number on it, so you’ll have to find the number within the Wallet app.
Find Your Apple Card Number
Start by opening the “Wallet” app on your iPhone. If you can’t find it, swipe down on the home screen and use Spotlight search to locate it.
Next, tap on your Apple Card, located at the top of the app along with any other credit or debit cards.
Now that you’re viewing your Apple Card’s balance and purchases, select the three-dot menu button in the top-right corner of the display.
Halfway down the menu, you’ll see a “Card Information” button. Tap on it.
After you select the button, you will need to authenticate yourself. If you have an iPhone X or newer, the Face ID authentication dialog will pop up and scan your face. Older phones will ask for you to confirm your identity using Touch ID or another form of lockscreen security.
You should now be able to see all of the details necessary to use the Apple Card for online retailers. This information includes your card number, expiration date, security code, and network.
Request a New Apple Card Number
Traditional credit cards face the issue of having their information stolen through skimmers or online hacks. In these cases, customers have to request a new card to get a new credit card number.
Because the physical Apple Card doesn’t have any numbers on it, you can request a new card number at any time through the iPhone’s “Wallet” app. To get started, follow the steps in the previous section to head back into the “Card Information” menu. After that, tap on “Request New Card Number.”
A dialog box will pop up confirming that you would like a new card number. Tap “Request.” Remember, though, if you get a new Apple Card number, you will need to update the information for every retailer that has the card on file.
If Goldman Sachs approves your request, the card number, expiration date, and security code will all change.
Finding your Apple Card number is as simple as digging through the Wallet app’s settings menu. Although you get more rewards when you use the credit card with Apple Pay, using the card for monthly bills and online purchases will slowly but surely rack in Daily Cash.
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