It looks like Apple Pay is down, preventing you from paying your Apple Card bill
What you need to know
- An Apple Pay outage is causing some Apple Card problems.
- Users are unable to pay their bill.
- They are also unable to lock or unlock their card, request a new or replacement card, or get a new number.
An Apple Pay outage is causing Apple Card problems, leaving users unable to pay their bills or lock their cards.
As 9to5Mac (opens in new tab) reports:
The outage is confined to the U.S., the only place where Apple Card is available, however, it is unclear whether the issue is nationwide, or only affecting specific states or regions.
As noted, Apple's webpage confirms that users won't be able to pay their Apple Card bill currently. Perhaps more worryingly, they won't be able to lock or unlock their physical card in case it goes missing or is stolen. Users are also unable to request a new or replacement card or get a new card number.
There is no indication as to what is causing the issue, or how long it may take to fix. The website simply states that the problem started at 8:45 am ET and that the issue is currently "ongoing.
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Fake news: Just paid mine, no problem. :-)
It could technically be down in certain areas, or could've been back up by the time you accessed it. I doubt iMore would post this type of fake news
C’mon, man, lighten up—I was just joking (although it did work for me)..
Ah no problem then. Often these downtimes are only in certain locations