Apple Cash is an extremely convenient way for people in the iPhone/iPad ecosystem to send and receive money, and itâ€™s where Apple plops its daily cash rebates if you use the Apple credit card.
However, running through transactions in the Wallet app can be tedious. Itâ€™s hard to find detail, and thereâ€™s no easy summary of monthly totals.
Fortunately, thereâ€™s a slightly hidden way to retrieve all your transactions:
- Open the Wallet app.
- Tap the Apple Cash card.
- Tap the â€¦ (more) button in the upper-right corner.
- Swipe down to nearly the bottom, and tap Request Transaction Statement.
Apple mails a PDF containing the last 24 months of transactions to the address associated with your Apple Cash account, subdivided with monthly summaries. Itâ€™s a handy way to reconcile and track income and spending with Apple Cash.
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