Besides the convenience of having a card that integrates seamlessly with the Wallet app on your Apple device, many people long for the Apple Card because of its many benefits, including lower typical fees and interest rates associated with most credit cards.

As with any other credit card, losing an Apple Card is a terrible inconvenience. Fortunately, Apple Cards have advanced security features that allow you to quickly block them if they are lost. What then? Requesting a replacement card is very simple.

In this article, I explain what to do if your Apple Card is lost or stolen.

How to block the titanium Apple Card

If you think your titanium Apple Card has been stolen, you’ll first need to block the card and then use your iPhone or iPad to request a replacement card. Here is what you must do:

  1. Open the Wallet app on your iPhone.
  2. Click on Apple Card.
  3. Press the More button (…) → Map information (i).
  4. Scroll down and tap Titanium Card → Card Lock.

Apart from this, you can also block your Apple Card if you just want to prevent yourself or your loved ones who have access to your card from making purchases.

NB. Once your Titanium Apple Card is locked, you won’t be able to make purchases with it until you unlock the card.

How to unlock apple titanium card

Let’s say it wasn’t stolen and you find your lost Apple Card. You can always open it to shop again. Here’s how:

  1. Open the Wallet app → tap Apple Card.
  2. Click the More button (…) → Card Info (i).
  3. Click on the titanium card → click on unlock card. follow the instructions that are on the screen. You may be asked to enter your password.

How to request an Apple Card replacement on iPhone and iPad

Now that you’ve blocked your Apple Card, the next step is to order a new one.

On your iPhone:

  1. Open the Wallet app.
  2. Tap Apple Card → More button (…) → Card details (i).
  3. Scroll down to the Titanium Card section. Select Request a replacement card.
  4. Specify the reason for requesting a replacement card. Choose from Lost, Stolen, Damaged, or other reasons.
  5. Click Next and follow the instructions on the screen.

On an iPad:

  1. Open the Settings app → scroll down and select Wallet & Apple Pay.
  2. Click on Apple Card.
  3. Go to the “Titanium Card” section and select “Request a replacement card”.
  4. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the process.

The next step is to wait for the new card to be sent to your billing address. Please note that selecting “Lost” or “Stolen” will immediately result in your old card being suspended.

If you try to use your old card, you will see a notification that says “Declined – Card replaced”.

How to cancel an Apple Card replacement request

If you’ve already submitted a replacement Card request but find that your Apple Card has just been lost, you can still cancel your order by speaking with an Apple Card Specialist.

Just go to the Wallet app → tap on Apple Card → the More (…) button. Tap Map details → Message. Enter your message and click send.

What to do if your iPhone is lost along with your Apple Card?

Your Apple Card works seamlessly with your iPhone, and the only way to block and request a card replacement is through your iPhone or iPad.

If you lose both your card and your iPhone, you can contact Goldman Sachs to get a replacement Apple Card. You can call them at (877) 255-5923. Make sure you’re trying to find your lost iPhone with Find My.

How to block a member’s Titanium Apple Card

If you’re using the Apple Card family, you can block a member’s Titanium Apple Card if you’re the owner or co-owner of the account. Do it:

  1. Open Wallet on your iPhone → tap on Apple Card.
  2. Press the More button (…) → Map information (i).
  3. Select the member’s name.
  4. Scroll down to the Titanium Card section → tap on Card Lock.

How to unlock a Titanium Apple Card member card

The process for unlocking a Titanium Membership Card is similar to unlocking your Apple Card.

  1. Just go to the Wallet app → tap on Apple Card. Click the More button (…) → Card Info (i).
  2. Select the member’s name, go to the Titanium Card and click Open Card.

How to manage your Apple Card if you lose your iPhone

  • If you have an old iPhone stashed away somewhere, or perhaps an old iPad or iPod, you can still access the Apple Card account controls on your old devices, given that you use the same Apple ID on all of their devices.
  • You can still view your transactions, contact support, pay bills, and block your physical card with your old hardware.
  • In addition, you can access And sign in with your Apple ID, which is the same one your Apple Card is associated with.
    • This gives you access to your balance and reports. It also allows you to manage your linked bank accounts and contact customer support so you can go to this website to block your card and order a new one without an iOS device.
  • If all else fails, contacting support can help manage your account. They will likely be able to perform actions such as suspending your account and other account management activities.

Frequently Asked Questions Can I continue to use Apple Pay if my card is lost or stolen?

Yes. As long as you have a device that the card is linked to, you can still use your card. But if you report your card lost or stolen, the issuer will most likely immediately suspend your old card for security reasons. However, your card issuer may soon provide you with the new card details in your Apple Wallet so you can continue to make purchases and transactions while you wait for the new card to arrive.

Does Apple replace the Apple Card for free?

You don’t have to pay for a replacement Apple Card.

Can someone use Apple Pay on a stolen iPhone?

Apple Pay transactions require that the person authenticate with Face ID, Touch ID, or a device passcode. Apple Pay can only be used on a stolen iPhone if the person knows the owner’s password.

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If your Apple Card is lost or stolen, urgent action is required to protect yourself from unauthorized use. Be sure to block and replace your card promptly, whether you’re using an iOS device, through support, or online.

I hope this article helped you figure out what to do with your Apple Card! If you have any questions about Apple Card, feel free to comment below!

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