How to Access Wallet from Lock Screen on iPhone 15, 14

Here's How to Enable or Disable Wallet App on iPhone. With this, you can quickly access the wallet from the lock screen.

You guys, today, get here how to disable Wallet app on lock screen iPhone. Apple’s added the new app on a locked screen in iOS with customizing features. The Wallet app (revamped old passbook app) on the lock screen iPhone means without unlocking the iPhone screen. Your wallet app can access it. Might it’ll enable default while you set up Apple pay already?

Steps to Enable or disable Wallet app access on the lock Screen iPhone

You can learn here both (enable and disable the wallet app showing on the lock screen) methods in the step-by-step.

Steps to disable Wallet from Lock Screen for iPhone

Face ID-enabled iPhone users will have to follow the bottom steps to turn off wallet on the lock screen.

  • Step #1. launch the Settings App on your iOS smartphone.
  • Step #2. Next, scroll the screen and tap Face ID & Passcode
    • (Note: your phone will ask you to enter a passcode or use the Face ID to go to the next screen)
  • Step #3. Now scroll the screen up to the bottom till Under the Allow Access when the locked section appears, and then turn Wallet toggle Off/White.

That’s it!

Steps to Enable Wallet on lock screen iPhone

  • Step 1. Go to the Settings app on your iPhone
  • Step 2. Navigate Touch ID & Passcode, then ‘’Under the Allow Access When Locked’’ section.
  • Step 3. Turn on the toggle Wallet.How to enable or disable Wallet app on lock screen iPhone: iOS 9

That’s it!

Now go to the home screen, and once you lock your iPhone, then check out you’ll appear the wallet app icon on the right side of the screen. Now, Quickly access your wallet from the lock screen iPhone and will make a purchase using Apple Pay, at there you can switch cards also.

If you are worried about card data security, then the best way you should be to disable your wallet on the iPhone lock screen option. You can disable the Wallet app on the lock screen iPhone on iOS by following the steps.

Steps for how to disable Wallet app access on lock screen iPhone

  • Step 1. Go to the Settings app on your iPhone
  • Step 2. Navigate Touch ID & Passcode, then ‘’Under the Allow Access When Locked’’ section
  • Step 3. Turn toggle Wallet off/ White.


From now on, the wallet icon will disappear from an iPhone lock screen. Please share with us how useful this tip is for disabling the Wallet app on the lock screen iPhone.

You can get more on Apple documents form here.

How do Add Tickets to Apple Wallet from Email?

Being an Apple user, I don’t have to manually add the boarding pass to the Apple Wallet, as the Mail app does for me automatically. Though, in some cases, I’ve to look for the answer why is my boarding pass not showing on lock screen?

Unfortunately, there is nothing more we can do about it, manually adding the boarding pass in the wallet is the last choice.

  1. Go to the Mail app and open the email where the boarding pass is received.
  2. In the end, tap Add to Apple button and then Add.

While sometimes the boarding pass will appear as a notification, once you are at the terminal, tap on the Add to Apple Wallet to add it; this is how you can get the boarding pass on the lock screen. These steps are also applicable if you want to add Southwest boarding pass to your phone.

How Do I Share My Boarding Pass from Apple Wallet?

The Apple Wallet lets you share the boarding pass via Messages App, Mail App, AirDrop, or any compatible app that appears in the share sheet. If you are new to the iPhone or using Wallet for the first time, learn to share a boarding pass from Apple Wallet.

  1. Open the Wallet app on iPhone.
  2. Select the boarding pass that want to share.
  3. On the top-right corner of the card, tap three dots.
  4. Tap Share icon.
  5. Choose any of the apps like Messages, Mail, AirDrop, etc.

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