How to download PDF versions of your monthly Apple Card statements

Apple Card statement

Apple Card, a credit card that Apple created in partnership with the MasterCard payment network and the investment bank Goldman Sachs, includes a handy feature allowing you to download an Apple Card statement as a PDF document which contains not only payments you’ve made but also other transaction details such as your refunded purchases and more.

According to Apple, your Apple Card statement includes the following:

  • Any payments you might have made with your Apple Card.
  • Refunds on purchases you returned.
  • Credits you might have received from a transaction dispute.

Follow along with us to learn how to download an Apple Card statement for any month.

How to download Apple Card statement as PDF

Do the following to download an Apple Card statement as a PDF file.

1) Open the Wallet app on your iPhone with iOS 12.4+.

2) Tap your Apple Card.

3) Tap Total Balance.

4) Scroll down and choose the month for your statement.

5) Choose Download PDF Statement.

That’s all there’s to it, folks!

download Apple Card statement

As soon as the file has been downloaded, you can view it on your device, share it with your financial advisor using the Share sheet options, export the statement to the Files app etc.

As a reminder, you can quickly view individual payments in the Wallet app at any time.

Tap your card and scroll through Latest Transactions until you see the Payment transaction you like. To see details, tap the transaction, then tap it again on the next screen.

More Apple Card resources

To learn more about using your Apple Card, be sure to peruse iDB’s additional how-tos, including handy write-ups explaining how to apply for your Apple Card and how to stop receiving notifications from Apple Card and Daily Cash. Also, do feel free to browse our tutorial archive and don’t forget to watch Apple’s video tutorials covering Apple Card.

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