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How to make payment on Apple card on PC

Finally, a year after its rollout, Apple has heeded the numerous requests of its customers and has launched a web portal for its credit card. That’s right, you can now pay your credit card balance even if you do not have your phone around!

What is Apple Card?

Apple Card is a credit card that was introduced by the tech giant in 2019. The card was unique in that it did not have a fee structure attached to it, or actually anything attached to it. The Apple Card is a virtual credit card that resides on your phone. While it does come with an actual card, once you link it up to your phone, you no longer require the card. Apple launched the card touting it as a ‘forward-looking digital credit card’.

All transactions on the Apple Card could only be accessed via the linked phone. So if you did not have your phone around, you could not access your Apple Card account.

How to pay your Apple Card balance on PC

Apple has just launched a web portal that allows you to access your Apple Card from a PC. To access your Apple Card account from a PC, you will need your Apple ID and password associated with your card.

Visit the Apple Card website and log in with your credentials.

Now select ‘Payments’ from the left panel. You will be shown your Apple Card balance.

To pay off your balance, click ‘Pay Now’ at the bottom of the page.

How to set a scheduled payment on PC

The new web portal also lets you set up a scheduled payment so that you don’t have to worry about meeting those deadlines. This will cause your Apple Card to be deducted on the same date every month.

To set up a scheduled payment, go to the Apple Card website and log in with your credentials.

Select ‘Payments’ from the left panel. Now under Scheduled Payment, select ‘Set Up Now’.

You can choose the date and recurring amount on the next page.

Well, there you have it. It is now super easy to pay your Apple Card balance even if you don’t have your phone! If you have any queries, feel free to reach out to us in the comments below.