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Apple recently launched a new website that allows Apple Card customers to access and manage their account online. Previously, cardholders only had access to their Apple Card through the Wallet app on their iPhone and other Apple devices.
Cardholders can now go to card.apple.com and sign in with their Apple ID to make and schedule payments, manage monthly installments and download statements.
Below, CNBC Select reviews how you can use the new Apple Card online website to manage your account.
In order to access your Apple Card account on the web, you need one of the following browsers:
- Safari 7 or later
- Chrome 37 or later
- Firefox 34 or later
- Opera 24 or later
- Microsoft Edge 83 or later
Once you log into card.apple.com, you receive a snapshot of key account information and can select options from the navigation panel (which looks like an equal sign on the top left corner of the website) to manage payments, view statements, control settings and contact support.
Here's a breakdown of how the Apple Card site works.
- Card balance
- Available credit (which is the amount of your credit limit that you can spend after subtracting your current balance)
- Balance details (click on this to receive more information, such as the previous month's balance, new spending amount, payments and credits, credit limit and APR)
- Statement balance and Pay Now/Pay More button
- Next payment due date
- Option to manage scheduled payments
- Shows all of your monthly statements since you opened your Apple Card account
- Ability to download statements as a PDF
- Manage your payments and bank accounts
- View Mastercard network benefits, such as zero liability protection and ShopRunner free two-day shipping
- Provides the phone number to contact support
- Links to the support website and Apple Card web user guide
While the Apple Card website allows you to access and manage your account online, it doesn't offer all of the features you receive via the Wallet app.
Here's some key information you won't find online:
- Card information, including your card number, expiration date and security code
- Ability to lock your card and request a replacement card
- Detailed list of your latest transactions with Daily Cash earnings, exact time of purchase, status of purchase (pending, cleared or refunded) and the ability to report an issue
- Weekly and monthly spending activity
- Ability to message customer support
Information about the Apple Card has been collected independently by CNBC and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer of the card prior to publication.
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