Wallet

The best front pocket wallets

As Apple Pay and other forms of contactless payments become more popular, folks are carrying fewer cards and even less cash. This is why front pocket wallets are all the rage these days—after all, why do I need a bulky bifold or trifold to house my driver's license, a debit card and a credit card or two?

With this in mind, I thought now would be a good time to take a look a some of the best front pocket wallets out there right now. 

How to schedule automatic payments for your Apple Card

Schedule Automatic Payments for Apple Card

If you’re someone who tends to forget when it’s time to pay a bill, then the scheduled payment feature for Apple Card is for you. By scheduling your payments, you don’t have to worry about making them manually. Each month, you can have automatic payments made for specific amounts or the balance on your Apple Card.

This tutorial walks you through scheduling automatic payments for your Apple Card.

How to activate your physical Apple Card

Apple Card Activate Your Card

If you’re just now receiving your physical Apple Card, then you’re ready to activate it. And Apple couldn’t have made it any simpler to do so.

But for those who need extra help, this short tutorial shows you how to activate your titanium Apple Card.

How to view your Apple Card number, expiration date, security code & other sensitive details

Aside from using your Apple Card with Apple Pay, you can also use the Apple Card number to buy stuff where Apple Pay is not yet accepted. In order to protect your privacy, the physical card has no number printed on it, which gives you a whole new level of security. But don't worry, you can view your Apple Card number in the Wallet app and we will show you how.

How to apply for Apple Card

How to apply for Apple Card

Earlier this year, Apple announced the launch of their first credit card. Appropriately named, the Apple Card works like a regular credit card, offers Daily Cash, and sits nicely in your Wallet app for Apple Pay in addition to offering a physical card.

Pro tip: You can sign up to be notified when the card is available, and select users will receive an email invitation to apply early. To do so, visit the Apple Card page on Apple's website, click the Notify Me link in the upper right, and enter your email address. A few of us at iDB have confirmed that entering your email address to get notified is a good way to receive an invite early. After entering your email address, you should receive an invite within a few days.

So whether you fall into this group or are one who’ll wait a bit longer, here’s how to apply for the Apple Card when you’re ready.