You want to buy something from a retail store or from a website that does not accept Apple Pay; Find out how you can use your Apple Card to buy that item.
An Apple Card is a practical way to pay for items online and offline through Apple Pay on your iPhone or other Apple device, but what happens if the website or merchant is not compatible with Apple Pay? You have a few options. You can request and use the physical Apple Card to pay for the items in person just as you would with a normal credit card. But with or without the physical card, you can still pay for the items online: the trick is to find the card number, expiration date, date and security code. Let's see how this works.
SEE: Apple Pay: an internal guide (free PDF) (TechRepublic)
If you have not yet requested your Apple Card, you can request the physical card during the application process. After you have requested and been granted the virtual Apple Card, a screen appears asking if you also want to receive the physical Titanium Apple Card. To do so, tap Continue. On the next screen, check your address and tap Confirm ( Figure A ).
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