The long-awaited Apple card has finally launched! The smarter controls and photos from the Wallet app are the icing on the cake! I just want to say one thing for the Apple Card, "Payments made easier"! When using your credit from your Apple card, it's important that you pay your bills on time. And to do that, you need to know how to make Apple Card payment from your iPhone.
Meanwhile, if you spend more and you want to control your spending, you can easily check your spending categorically. For example, say you spend more on lunch or dinner or even online; you can check it by looking at the monthly expense report in your wallet jacket. Let's see how you can pay Apple Card payment using iPhone.
How to Pay Apple Card Payment from iPhone
If you are wondering, it would be a daunting task to make Apple Card payment completely wrong! I have never seen such a simple method of paying your credit card bill through iPhone. So let's see how you can do it!
Step 2. Now select the amount you want to pay. Adjust slider to increase or decrease the amount.
Step # 3. You will now see the bank name from which the amount is deducted. When you see it, iPhone with Face ID, Double-click the side button or iPhone with Touch ID, rest your finger on Touch ID.
When you're done, you can now see in your wallet app that the due amount has been paid. You can make an Apple Card payment through an Apple Cash account or a US bank account. Make sure you only pay the amount in US dollars!
Note: Don't pay more than what was billed for you. Apple does not pay interest on the credit amount you pay in advance.
Important Things to Know About Apple Card Payment Authorization & Dates
- When you authorize Apple to take electronic payment from the payment source, you represent that you are authorized to use that payment source and the process is perfectly legal.
- Do you realize on what date you have to pay the bill? Do you know what day the automatic payments will be deducted if you authorize Apple to do so? Well, if you authorize Apple to make a payment on the 30th on each month, and if the date is not available in that month, the payment will be deducted on the last day of the month. For example, say 28. in the case of the month of February.
- If the payment is scheduled other than one business day, the payment will be credited on the scheduled date itself, but it will be deducted from the bank only on the next business day!
So this is all you need to know about Apple Card payment before setting it up and activating your card. Stay tuned to iGeeksBlog for all the latest updates on Apple Card right away!
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