File this as another reason why Apple Pay is better than plastic. Let’s say your credit card expires and your bank sends you a new card with an updated expiration date. Or perhaps your bank replaces your card with one that has a new card number or security code. Either way, most credit card issuers automatically update the credit card expiration date and number in Apple Pay so you don’t have to make those changes manually. (If your bank doesn’t do this, you’ll have to remove the old card and re-add the new card.) However, if you move or change your billing address, you’ll need to update that info yourself: in iOS, go to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay; in macOS on a MacBook Pro with Touch ID, go to System Preferences > Wallet & Apple Pay. Boom...it's done.

 

 


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