Apple Wallet 4+

Apple Pay, Apple Card and more


    • 3.1 • 4.6K Ratings
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The Wallet app lives right on your iPhone. It’s where you securely keep your credit and debit cards, transit cards, boarding passes, tickets, car keys, and more — all in one place. And it all works with iPhone or Apple Watch, so you can take less with you but always bring more.

Apple Pay is the one way to pay. It replaces your physical cards and cash with an easier, safer, more secure, and private payment method — whether you’re in a store, online, or sending cash to friends or family. It’s money, made modern.

Apple Card earns unlimited Daily Cash on every purchase, and has great tools to help build a healthier financial life. All your information lives on your iPhone, so it’s as easy and intuitive to manage as the device you use every day.

Apple Cash works a lot like a debit card.¹  Make secure, contactless purchases — both in stores and online. Send and receive money with just a text. Share funds with your kids on their own Apple Cash card. No matter how you use Apple Cash, you get simplicity and safety you can put money on.

Easiest way to get around town. Apple Pay makes it simple to ride buses and trains in your favorite city. Breeze through the turnstiles just by holding your iPhone or Apple Watch up to the reader.

An iPhone and Apple Watch feature that lets you unlock and start your car with a digital car key stored in the Wallet app.

Add your student ID card to Wallet, and use it to access places like your dorm, the library, and campus events. Or pay for laundry, snacks, and dinners around campus at participating universities.

Add home keys to Wallet on iPhone and Apple Watch, then simply tap to unlock a compatible door lock for seamless access to your home or apartment.

Add your hotel key in Wallet after making your reservation, use it to check in so you can skip the lobby, and use your iPhone and Apple Watch to tap to unlock and access your room.

Add your employee badge/ID to Wallet and then use your iPhone and Apple Watch to doors and other access locations where your corporate badge is accepted.

Add your favorite coffee shop or drugstore rewards card to Wallet, so you never miss out on all the rewards and benefits.

Simply add your boarding pass or tickets to Wallet to board flights or enter the stadium with just your iPhone or Apple Watch.

¹ Sending and receiving money with Apple Pay and the Apple Cash card are services provided by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC. See for more information.

² Only available with select partners and locations, and requires eligible device and OS version. for details.

Features are subject to change. Some features, applications, and services may not be available in all regions or all languages, and may require specific hardware and software. See,, and for more information.

To access and use all the features of Apple Card, you must add Apple Card to Wallet on an iPhone or iPad with the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Update to the latest version by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Tap Download and Install.

Available for qualifying applicants in the United States.

Apple Card is issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch.

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
4.6K Ratings

4.6K Ratings

DJできません ,

The Discriminative Wallet App

No more "I forgot my wallet at home" 70% of the time when Apple Wallet exists in almost every iOS device out there. I find it really easy to use but I find it to be a bit disappointing as to how much it can do after a certain point (and that's even with the existance of third-party apps that can help enhance Apple Wallet's usefulness.)

It's 2022 and Apple Wallet will still disallow you to add certain Credit or Debit Cards for reasons not transparent to the end-user. I understand that there are certain security measures that need to be implemented to the card, but this very reason should be disclosed to the end-user trying to add the card rather than simply noting that the card is unsupported with no further details. That being said, there are banks that run similar products to what Apple has, which, in this case, would be called "conflict of interest." Rather than, once again, claiming those bankcard products as unsupported, it would be wise to disclose as such that Apple does not conduct business with the competitor.

TheMightyApple ,

Works but also doesn’t work…

Ever since i opened my first bank account, it’s been working wonders when i don’t bring my wallet (which is almost never) with no problems when ordering mobile orders through food apps or when using it on scanners. Now that i’m switching banks and in the process of adding the new card to apple wallet, it completely, 100% does not add to wallet whatsoever. in the beginning it did, but after 4 days or so it refuses to add. i called my bank (capital one) many times and they said the card is fine and that it’s a problem with apple. i called apple and they said it’s a problem with my bank. i tried adding to my old iphone xs max with success for a while till i got a new card expedited and the second card didn’t add anymore. i tried on other iphones in the household and they add to wallet no problem, it’s only my iphone with my apple id. i even made a new apple id and it still didn’t add to my specific iphone 12 i got last may. all the troubleshoots that are the same for every guide found doesn’t work and i’ll hate to switch back to bank of america from capital one because apple pay, for me, is a make or break deal.

ScoshR ,

Can’t Scan a State ID Properly - Customer Services sucked! Unreliable***

My rent due date is coming soon and I’ve had this issue for 3 days. Apple Pay Support is as good as kids playing with buttons on a gameboy, but this boss level seems to be unbeatable yet. I have a large amount sitting in my *Latest Transactions* Display, and All I can do is Transfer $1 to my Bank because this scanning system can’t read my Drivers License in Good Lighting- Glare covered out, and Apple Pay Customer Service over the phone just keeps transferring me to their “specialists” while they are snacking/eating over the phone while helping me and saying that their putting a ticket for me to be looked into later- “you will be contacted back within 24 hours” - the next day, A Whole day went by and no phone call, text Or email. How unreliable and unprofessional. I think Zelle or Cashapp is the only way to go from here on out. I am still looking to see what is happening to that $600 that says “Recieved”… but Really Wasn’t Recieved, because it’s not being shown on the Apple Pay card, just in the Latest Transactions List. It better not be Lost, if it was “Recieved”, I doubt that means it was refunded to the sender.

App Privacy

The developer, Apple, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Usage Data

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