Your Apple Card is probably asking for a PIN because the transaction you are making is being run as debit and not credit. You can use your Apple Card for purchases wherever cards on the Mastercard network are accepted and you don’t need a PIN to make a payment.
So, next time you make a purchase with your Apple Card, just ask the merchant to use the card without the PIN. If you run into any further issues, you can also call customer service at (877) 255-5923 or chat with them via Wallet.
You will not be able to get a PIN on an Apple Card since it is a credit card that doesn’t allow cash advances. You also won’t need to enter a PIN when making purchases in the U.S., so if you are prompted to put in a PIN, make sure the transaction is being run as credit and not debit.… read full answer
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