Apple on Thursday launched a new website that allows Apple Card holders to view their statements, check their card balances, and make Card payments online.
The website allows Apple Card holders to sign in using their Apple IDs to perform their credit card-related activities. The site’s payments section displays the holder’s card balance, their next scheduled payment date, and their total card limits, all in an easy-to-read format.
Monthly statements can be viewed and downloaded through another section of the website, while a Settings section allows users to add a bank account, manage scheduled payments, or view their Mastercard network benefits. The Support section of the site offers access to the Apple Card web user guide and offers a phone number that customers can call to get help.
Previously, all Apple Card transactions and management tasks – such as paying bills, viewing statements and seeing other information – were handled on an iPhone through the Wallet app. The new website allows users to manage their credit card from their computer instead of their iPhone, and also opens the Apple Card up to users without an iPhone or iPad for the first time.
New Apple Card applicants can now apply directly from the Apple.com website in any browser when purchasing a product using the Apple Card Monthly Installments option. The feature previously required the use of the Apple Store app or a Safari web browser.
Apple last week launched a new Apple Card program and website. Both are designed to help Apple Card applicants that were declined to improve their credit score to help them qualify. Declined Apple Card applicants may begin receiving notifications on their device later today, offering them the “Path to Apple Card” program.
Apple is also offering a new program for new Apple Card users that offers $50 Daily Cash when they first use their Apple Card to pay for an Apple service.
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