With the announcement of iOS 9, there are some obvious benefits given to iPhone and iPad users worldwide. While this version is still in beta, blogger community has explored more and dug out many hidden features of iOS 9. Among its countless benefits, one is Wallet that allows iPhone users to keep their boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, and loyalty cards in one place. And you can show them on your lock screen when you need them.

Inspired by Apple Watch feature that allows user to activate Apple Pay by double-clicking the side button, iOS 9 shows Wallet when you double-click the Home button or Touch ID.

How to Enable-Disable Wallet from Showing on iPhone Lock Screen

If you frequently need to use your Wallet, then there is an easier way to enable your Wallet on your iPhone’s lock screen. This will enable you to use your Wallet quickly whenever you need to make any payment. Moreover, you can make payment without showing your debit/credit card number or your identity. Hence, your transactions are secured.

How to Enable Wallet from on your iPhone’s Lock Screen

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone → Tap on Touch ID & Passcode.Touch ID and Passcode Settings in iOS 9Step #2. Enter your six digit passcode.Passcode Screen in iOS 9Step #3. Scroll down to ALLOW ACCESS WHEN LOCKED → Toggle Wallet ON.

Enable or Disable Wallet from on iPhone’s Lock ScreenNow Wallet is enabled and you can access it from your lock screen by double-pressing the Touch ID or Home button. You can check all your credit cards and debit cards saved here. If you wish to disable Wallet from your iPhone’s Lock Screen, follow the same steps as mentioned above; just ensure that you toggle Wallet Off after scrolling down to ALLOW ACCESS WHEN LOCKED.

Word of Caution

Once you enable Wallet on the lock screen of your iPhone, please be careful that your iPhone is not left out of your sight, because anybody can open your Wallet from the lock screen. Somebody can easily disable your Apple Pay and Touch ID and can see all the cards in your Wallet. Since the Wallet shows only last four digits of your cards, your money is highly secured. But if you don’t want others to see which financial institutions you bank at, you need to keep your iPhone in your possession.