What you need to know
- Apple has dropped two new how-to videos for Apple Card Family.
- The video show users how to add a co-owner and how to add a participant.
Earlier today, Apple released iOS 14.6. The latest update to the iPhone software introduced Apple Card Family, Apple's newest feature for its credit card. In order to help users get started with Apple Card Family, Apple has dropped two new videos on how to add a co-owner and how to add a participant.
The first video shows users how to add a co-owner to Apple Card. The feature is great for spouses or partners who can build equal credit with the feature. Apple does note that, if both people already have an Apple Card, they'll have to wait until July before it is possible to merge their accounts.
The other video shows users how to add a participant to a card. This feature allows parents to share Apple Card with their kids while setting parental controls on the card.
If you want to use Apple Card Family, you'll need to update to iOS 14.6.
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