6 Ways to Fix Apple Savings Account Not Showing Up

Apple has finally made the Apple Savings account available to all its users after announcing the same in October last year. The Apple Card users can now open their very own Apple Savings account and earn an interest of up to 4.15% PA.

Being a fairly new feature, many iPhone users are complaining about the scenario of Apple Savings account not Showing up in their Wallet app.

If you are also one of these users then this fixing guide is for you. Here I have compiled a list of tips and nifty workarounds to fix the Apple Savings Account Not Showing Up issue.

How to Fix Apple Card Savings Account Not Showing Up

If you are not able to see the option to set up an Apple Savings account on your iPhone, then you should take the following tips and workarounds into account.

1. You must be an Apple Card user

In order to get an Apple Savings account, you are needed to be an Apple Card user. The cashback aka the Apple Cash you earn with every transaction gets transferred to this savings account automatically.

So if you have not applied for Apple VCrad yet, consider applying for one by following the steps below:

1. First, make sure that you are eligible for Apple Card. For that, refer to this link.

2. After checking the eligibility, open the Wallet app on your iPhone.

3. Tap on the Add button (+) on the top-right of the screen.

4. Select the Apple Card option on the next screen and tap on Continue.

5. Now, follow the onscreen instructions and complete the application process. Make sure to carefully review and agree to the Apple Card Terms & Conditions.

6. Finally, accept the offered credit limit and APR for your Apple Card.

2. Your Apple Card must be added to your Wallet app

If you are already an Apple Card user then next you should ensure that your Apple Crad is added to your iPhone in the Wallet app. Here’s how you can do that.

1. Open the Wallet app on your iPhone.

2. Tap on the Plus Button on the top-right of the screen.

3. Tap on the Add Card option and add your Apple Card.

3. You must be a US resident

The Apple Savings account facility is currently available to its US customers only. Hence if you are someone living outside the US and are looking to have this feature then it’s a no-go for you at the moment of framing this post.

Here’s a detailed description of who is considered to be eligible as a US resident for becoming an Apple Card and Apple Savings account user.

  • Be at least 18 years of age.
  • Be a US resident with a valid address belonging to the same.
  • Have a social security number or individual taxpayer identification number.

4. Update your iPhone

The Apple Savings account feature has been added in the latest iOS 16.4 version of the OS. Hence if your iPhone is running an older version of iOS 16, then you will need to upgrade.

To check for updates on your iPhone:

1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

iphone settings
iphone settings

2. Tap on the General option.

iphone general settings
iphone general settings

3. Here, tap on the Software Update option.

software update iphone

Here, you can see your current iOS version along with the new update, if available. Download and install it and make your iPhone is running iOS 16.4 or later.

5. Enable Two-Factor Authentication for your Apple ID

iPhone users are required to have two-factor authentication enabled for their Apple ID. It is one of the requirements for using the Apple Card and Apple Savings account feature.

Here’s how to enable two-factor authentication for your Apple ID on your iPhone.

1. Open the Settings app.

iphone settings
iphone settings

2. Tap on your Apple ID Name at the top of the Settings app.

apple id iphone
iphone apple id settings

3. Go to the Password & Security option.

4. Here, tap on the Two-Factor Authentication option and Continue and follow the onscreen instructions.

6. Wait for a day or two

At the time of writing this article, it has been a couple of hours since Apple started rolling out the Saving account feature. So it is quite possible that it will take a bit for the feature to reach the mass customer base.

Hence it is advised to wait patiently for one or two days if you are all good to go with the above tips and solutions.

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Bhanu Pratap

Hi! I am Bhanu Pratap, co-founder of Yorker Media Group. A die-heart fan of tech and keeps track of every little happening of the same. When not writing, I usually keep myself busy on YouTube making and exploring new and awesome tech content.

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