Update personal information, change the default card and remove your cards after adding them to Apple Wallet. Manage the work of cards depending on a device.
Changing the default card
Default card is the card that you add first to Wallet. In case you’ve added more cards and would like to change the default card, follow this step-by-step instruction.
|iPad or iPhone|
On your iPad or iPhone, open Settings; next go to Wallet and Apple Pay. Click the Default Card and choose your new card.
First, launch the app Apple Watch on iPhone. Select the tab My Watch, next go to Wallet and Apple Pay. Click the Default Card section and choose your new card.
Managing Touch ID on MacBook Pro
To manage your cards on MacBook Pro, open System Preferences and go to the Wallet and Apple Pay section. Select your new card in the pop-up menu for a Default Card.
Another option for changing your default card on iPhone is to open the Wallet, touch a card, hold it, and drag its image in front of all other cards.
Updating the contact and billing information
Use the following instructions, to update your shipping and billing information for all your cards used on Apple Pay.
iPad or iPhone
- To update the billing information, open Settings, next Wallet and Apple Pay. Select a card and tap the section you’d like to change.
- To update personal information, such as your phone number, e-mail, or shipping address, open Settings, go to Wallet and Apple Pay, and select the sections you’d like to update.
Touch ID on MacBook Pro
- To edit billing data on MacBook Pro, open System Preferences, and go to the section Wallet and Apple Pay. Select a card and click the menu showing the Billing Address.
- To change your phone number, email and shipping address, open System Preferences, then click the section Wallet and Apple Pay and go to the section Contact & Shipping.
In a case when you can’t edit the expiration date or the number of your card, this data should be updated automatically as soon as you get your new bank card. If the issuer of your card doesn’t update the data, you may try to remove your new card from the list manually, and afterthat, add it back once again.
Removing a card
It is possible for a user to remove their card from a device if needed. Follow these instructions for your device.
|iPad or iPhone|
To remove one of your cards on iPad or iPhone, open Settings and go to the section Wallet and Apple Pay. Tap the icon of the card that you’d like to remove and click the option Remove Card.
To remove one of the cards from the list on Apple Watch, first, you have to launch the application watch on iPhone. Open the tab My Watch, scroll the screen down, tap the section Wallet and Apple Pay, choose the icon of the card, and click Remove Card.
Touch ID on your MacBook Pro
To remove one of your cards on Mac, open System Preferences and click the section Wallet and Apple Pay. Click the icon of the card that you’d like to remove, and click on the sign of minus (-), to remove this card from the list.
Also, it is possible to remove one of your cards right from the mobile device. On your iPad or iPhone, go to Wallet, tap the icon of a card, tap the Information sign, and tap the option Remove Card. To do the same on Apple Watch, open its Home screen, choose Wallet, tap on the icon of the card, press and hold it, and finally choose Delete.
Managing your Rewards Cards or the Store
If Automatic Selection is enabled for your store card, this particular card will be chosen instead of the default card whenever you get to pay at an associated store. To present the rewards data at an associated store while you use Apple Pay, enable Automatic Selection for your rewards card.
When a rewards card or a store card is added to your Wallet, the system might ask you if you want to select a card automatically. To enable/disable Automatic Selection, do this:
- Launch the app Wallet.
- Tap a rewards or a store card.
- Tap the icon Information, and turn the Automatic Selection option on/off.
How to get help in a case your device was stolen or lost
For using Apple Pay, each purchase paid with any of your debit, credit and prepaid cards needs to be authorized with Touch ID, Face ID or your personal passcode. For Apple Watch, when Wrist Detection is turned on, you should enter your personal passcode each time you put the Apple Watch on. All these actions are essential to prevent everyone else from misusing your Mac, iPad, iPhone or Apple Watch.
Open the account page for your Apple ID, to fully remove or suspend the ability of payment with your lost or stolen device with the help of Apple Pay. Alternatively, you can use the app Find My iPhone. Sign in to the account page of your Apple ID, and choose your device. In the information window that shows up, choose the Apple Pay section. There click the option Remove all or Remove. After, your cards or card will be removed or suspended from Apple Pay even in a case when the lost or stolen device is turned off or isn’t connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network.
Another option to remove or suspend your card/cards from Apple Pay is to contact your issuer.