How to Change or Update Credit Card Expired on iPhone/iPad

Last Updated on Jul 30, 2020

Apple users have a query on my apple services stopper on Credit card Expired. Then how to update credit card details after expiry date with new one or enter another card details. Once your saved and active credit card expired you can use paid apple services like Apple Music, iCloud Storage, In-App purchase renewal, Developer account renewal, and more. What Happen when the credit card expires? An honest answer is You should update or add a new card. Unable to purchase because of Expired Credit cardNot valid payment method in iTunes or App Store Settings.

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We’ve rounded up steps for all the devices including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows, and Microsoft Surface. whatever you have jump to the section and manage the payment information associated with your Apple ID.

How to Change or update Expired Credit Card on iPhone/iPad: iOS 14, iOS 13, iOS 12, iOS 11 or earlier

How to Manage Cards on iPhone

  1. Navigate to the Settings
  2. Tap on your name.
  3. Go to the iTunes & App Store.
  4. Tap on the Email ID (it is your Apple ID).
  5. Then, View Apple ID, and Sign in if asked.
  6. Select Manage Payments

To Update Card Information: Tap on the particular payment option and add/update any detail from there.

To Add Payment Method: From the Manage Payments screen, tap Add Payment Method and enter the details correctly.

To Remove Payment Method: You’ll see Edit option in the Manage Payments screen, tap on it, and Remove Payment Methods that you no longer need.

To Reorder the Payment Method: Reordering payment method is the most essential thing you should never miss, because the payment method at the top will be considered as Default, and if the first payment method doesn’t work then the immediate next will be taken as Default. Tap on Edit and rearrange in the way you want. Keep the Payment Method at the top, which is next to the Apple ID Balance, to set it as Default Method.

How to Change Payment Method on MacBook, Mac

If you prefer to go with Mac, then here’s how to update or change the Credit Card from the MacBook and Mac.

  1. Go to the App Store on MacBook, Mac.
  2. Click on the Account button at the end of the sidebar.
  3. Then, View Information.
  4. Click Manage Payments labeled for the Payment Information option. For an older macOS, go with the Edit button followed by the Payment Type.
  5. You’ll see the list of Payment Methods associated with your Apple ID, here’s what can be done.
  6. Click on Edit next to the Payment Method, to Update a payment method, and Remove a payment method.
  7. While to reorder the cards, use the up/down arrows, on the Manage Payments screen. The Apple ID Balance will always stay on top, and next to the Apple ID Balance, whatever the payment method is, will be considered as a Default Payment Method for your Apple ID.

How to Change Your Apple ID Payment Information from iTunes

  1. Launch the iTunes on your Windows PC or Microsoft Surface.
  2. Click on the Account tab in the top menu bar of the iTunes app.
  3. Select View My Account.
  4. Enter the Apple ID Password to Sign In.
  5. Read the information and make sure everything is correct, if yes, then move to the next step.
  6. Do you see, Manage Payments on the right side, click on it.
  7. While for older iTunes, look for the Payment Type and click Edit.
  8. Hit the Edit button to update or remove the Payment Method while click Add to add a new payment method.

For Older iOS and MacOS

Do Credit Cards renew automatically?

The average credit card expiration date should be around 3 to 4 years and will be renewed before 2 to 3 weeks from Bank; a card will be arriving at your registered home address.

  • Step 1: Go to the Settings app on the iPhone.
  • Step 2: Tap on your name.
  • Step 3: Payment & Shipping > Under Payment Method (Tap on Added Card).

Enter the Expiry Date and CVV code.

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Tap on save button in the top right corner of the screen.

Once you save, apple will be verified with the small transaction ($1 or INR 65), and it’s refundable.


Using iCloud on Mac or PC

Don’t be panic it also does from your iCloud web login or iTunes account.

Step 1: Open a Web browser and Open this link in your browser.

Step 2: Login with Apple ID and Password

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Step 3: Under Payment & Shipping section, Tap on Edit to make changes.


In iTunes on Mac or PC

Open iTunes on Mac or PC.

Click on Account tab > View My Account

1 View Payment and Edit the details on iTunes

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Here you see payment information > Click on Edit to change and make the update in Credit card details.

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  1. Good day. If my debit/Credit card expires, do I have to still have one in my Apple account or can I just delete it and continue with Apple vouchers? Will this affect my Apple family sharing? Regards. Wayne

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