How to request a replacement titanium Apple Card

replacement titanium Apple Card

When you sign up for Apple Card, you can optionally order a physical card to make non-Apple Pay purchases on the web. Should your physical Apple Card get damaged, lost or stolen, you can request a replacement titanium Apple Card with just a few taps, and iDB shows you how.

The physical Apple Card is made out of titanium, a lustrous transition metal with a silver color, low density and high strength. While titanium is resistant to corrosion in sea water, aqua regia and chlorine, the iPhone maker cautions in a support document that leather and jeans could cause permanent discoloration on that shiny white minimalist card.

How to request a replacement Apple Card

If you physical card is lost, damaged or stolen, follow the steps included right ahead to request a replacement one and continue shopping in places that don’t accept Apple Pay yet.

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

2) Tap Apple Card.

3) Tap the three-dotted More button.

4) Scroll down to Physical Card and tap Request Replacement Card.

5) Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the process.

For example, you will need to select a reason for needing a new card before you can report the status of your damaged, lost or stolen physical titanium Apple Card. To cancel your pending request for a replacement titanium Apple Card, chat with an Apple Card Specialist: in the Wallet app, tap Apple Card, then tap the More button and hit Message to begin your chat.

Canceled your request? No problem, you can request another replacement titanium Apple Card.

titanium Apple Card

And that’s all there’s to it, boys and girls!

To strengthen your security, the titanium Apple Card does not have the 16-digit number, expiration date or CVV code on it, but you can view them in the Wallet app instead. Should your physical titanium Apple Card number ever get compromised, simply lock it. Apple and the bank can easily disable the compromised number and issue a brand new one without having to send you a replacement titanium Apple Card, which is super nice!

More Apple Card resources

To learn more about using your Apple Card, peruse the following how-tos:

And last but not least, don’t forget to browse our tutorial archive.

We also recommend watching Apple’s video tutorials dealing with Apple Card.

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