How To Remove Credit Card From Apple Pay

Making payment through Apple Pay has become more convenient now than ever before. Just add/set up your card and you can pay with a swipe of your finger with Touch ID. That’s as easy as you would like! However, what if you want to remove a card from Apple Pay as it is no longer valid or you just want to cancel it for whatever reasons, how will you do so?

Worry not since it won’t require many cumbersome steps. Only four simple steps and you have got rid of the card you want to remove. Let’s check out!

How To Remove Credit Card From Apple Pay

How To Remove Credit Card From Apple Pay

Step #1. Open Settings app

Step #2. Tap on Passbook & Apple Pay

Step #3. Tap on the credit card you want to delete

Step #4. Scroll down and tap on Remove Card

That’s all.

There is another way of removing a credit/debit card from Apple Pay. Though it will involve you going into Apple Pay app and then proceeding ahead with the task. Worry not since it is just as easy. Let’s check out!

Step #1. Launch Passbook app

Step #2. Tap on the card you want to remove

Step #3. Tap on “i” icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen

Step #4. Scroll down and tap on Remove

Step #5. Tap on Remove

You are done!

The card has been removed from the particular iPhone or iPad it was set before. Since Apple Pay works on a per-device basis, it has to be removed from every device it is linked to individually. However, you can make this process very simple by going to iCloud and removing all the linked cards from there.

The much – anticipated Apple Pay has been launched with the release of iOS 8.1. Only iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are compatible with it. There is a special feature called NFC (Near Field Communication) which works only with iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and allow owners to make payments at merchants who accept NFC supported payments.

Currently, it is restricted to only USA based on Apple’s strategy to test its efficiency. Once it is successfully passes the preliminary test, it will be made available in other countries as well next year.

Many users are reporting that at many stores or banks cashiers haven’t yet been trained as to how they can accept money through Apple Pay. Some users are even claiming that they were double charged. Any way, it is new and hence expected to go through some early hiccups before being permanently fixed.