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Update your payment information with Apple Billing

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch

  1. Go to Settings, select your name, then select iTunes & App Store.
  2. Select your Apple ID, then select View Apple ID. You might be asked to sign in.
  3. Select Payment Information.
  4. Update your payment information to reflect your current financial institution.
  5. Select Done.

On your Mac or PC

On your Mac or PC, you can edit your payment information using iTunes or on the web.

You can also edit your payment information in System Preferences on a Mac. If you have a PC, you can use iCloud for Windows.

iTunes

To open iTunes and sign in to your Account Information page, follow these steps:

  1. From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, or at the top of the iTunes window, select Account, then select View My Account.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. By Payment Type (on the Account Information page), select Edit. You can see which payment methods the iTunes Store accepts in the Payment Method section.
    • Note: If you're using Family Sharing and purchase sharing is turned on, only your family organizer can update your payment information.
  4. Update or remove your information. To remove the payment method, select None. Go here if you don't see None or if you can't select it.
  5. Select Done.

On the web

You can change to a different credit or debit card by signing in to your Apple ID account page. You might have to verify your payment method the first time you try to buy something on one of your iOS devices.

  1. To go to the Apple ID account page, go here: View Apple ID.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID. You might be asked to answer security questions.
  3. In the Payment & Shipping section, select Edit.
    • Note: If you're using Family Sharing and purchase sharing is turned on, only your family organizer can update your payment information.
  4. Update your payment information.
  5. Select Save.

You can also update the security on your account or other preferences from this page, but you can't remove a payment method from this page.

System Preferences

  1. Go to System Preferences, then select iCloud.
  2. Select Account Details. You might need to sign in with your Apple ID.
  3. Select the Payment tab, then select Details.
    • Note: If you're using Family Sharing and purchase sharing is turned on, only your family organizer can update your payment information.
  4. Update your payment information.
  5. Select Save, then select Done.

You can't remove a payment method in System Preferences.

iCloud for Windows

  1. On your PC, open iCloud for Windows.
  2. Select Account details, then select Manage Apple ID.
  3. A browser window opens. Sign in with your Apple ID. You might be asked to verify your Apple ID.
  4. In the Payment & Shipping section, select Edit.
    • Note: If you're using Family Sharing and purchase sharing is turned on, only your family organizer can update your payment information.
  5. Update your payment information.
  6. Select Save.

You can't use iCloud for Windows to remove a payment method.

Automatically updated payment information

If you see iTunes charges on a new credit card, your card issuer might have automatically updated your information for you. Card issuers update payment information to prevent services with recurring payments, like Apple Music subscriptions, from pausing when a new credit card is issued. Sometimes card issuers might allow recurring charges to continue to go through on an expired credit card.

If you have any concerns about this process, contact your card issuer or financial institution.

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