When you change your payment information, it's automatically updated for all apps and services that you use with your Apple ID. Update a payment method Tap the payment method, then edit your information. If you see Apple Pay after the last 4 digits of the card number, go to the Wallet app to edit the card information. Apple will attempt to charge payment methods in order from top to bottom.
How to change your payment method on your Mac
You will need to use iTunes to update your iTunes billing information. Follow the steps below to update your information through your Apple mobile device or computer. You may need to enter your Apple ID password. After you change your payment information, the iTunes Store will place a temporary authorization hold on your credit card to verify your updated account information. Download or open iTunes. To sign in, select Account from the menu bar at the top of your screen or at the top of the iTunes window, then Sign In. You'll be asked to enter your Apple ID and password.
Change your payment information on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
You need to use a credit card or debit card. Only the Family Organizer can edit payment information for a family group. If you need help changing your payment information, credit card details, or billing information, contact iTunes Store support. Or you might find the answer to your question below:. Apple ID for Students under 13 years old. When you change your credit card number or billing address through the iTunes Store, you also update that information in iCloud, the Apple Online Store, iPhoto, and Aperture. Tap your Apple ID. You might need to sign in with your Apple ID.
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