Along with many of the other changes that have come with iOS 15 this week, another new one has risen with Apple Card.
Those that have Apple Card can change their three-digit CVV number thanks to a new security feature from Apple.
This new feature called “Advanced Fraud Protection” will now enable you to have the CVV number on your Apple Card every so often.
Here is how Apple describes it:
“Advanced Fraud Protection is a way to keep your Apple Card information even more secure. After turning on Advanced Fraud Protection, your three-digit Apple Card security code will change periodically after it’s been viewed in the Wallet app or after it’s been auto-filled from Safari…You should check your security code each time you want to make a purchase with Apple Card to be sure you’re using the most up-to-date code. You can also use Advanced Fraud Protection without affecting your recurring purchases and subscriptions, such as streaming services or memberships, because these merchants use your security code to authorize payment just once when you first sign up.”
Here is how to turn the feature on:
- Open the Wallet app and tap on your Apple Card.
- Tap on the physical card with the “123” on it near the top-right corner and verify yourself with Face ID or Touch ID.
- Turn on Advanced Fraud Protection.
This can also be done on the iPad by going through the Settings and scrolling down to the Wallet & Apple Pay section and following the same steps listed above.
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