Hello and welcome to Apple Support Communities, kuotyy!
We understand the Wallet app has been removed from your Home Screen and you're only able to access it from the App Store. We'd be happy to provide information on how to get the icon back to your Home Screen.
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On your iPhone, swipe all the way to the right. You should see the App Library. If you don't see it, follow the steps here:
- Hello and welcome to Apple Support Communities, kuotyy! We understand the Wallet app has been removed from your Home Screen and you're only able to access it from the App Store. We'd be happy to provide information on how to get the icon back to your Home Screen. On your iPhone, swipe all the way to the right. You should see the App Library.
- The Wallet app lives right on your iPhone. It’s where you securely keep your credit and debit cards, transit cards, boarding passes, tickets, car keys, and more — all in one place. And it all works with iPhone or Apple Watch, so you can take less with you but always bring more. Apple Pay is the one way.
- Wallet Connected. Disconnect Wallet. If you’re looking to download macOS Monterey when it arrives, simply hit the Apple logo on the top left of your Mac’s menu bar, select About.
Once there, find the folder named 'Utilities' and tap on the section of that square that shows a smaller group of apps, otherwise the app you tap on will open. You can skip that last step if Wallet shows up already. Once you locate the wallet app, press and hold on it and you should see the option to 'Add to Home Screen'. You can also hold the app and once it begins to jiggle, drag it to your Home Screen.
Let us know the results.
Have a great day!
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Apple Wallet gives users a convenient way to organize and use rewards cards, boarding passes, tickets, gift cards, and more in one place. By working with Apple Wallet, you can provide relevant information the moment users need it and present passes based on location on iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.
Train tickets, airline boarding passes, and other types of transit passes. Each pass usually corresponds to a single trip with a specific starting and ending point.
Coupons, special offers, and other discounts. If an offer has expired, the coupon can be updated with a new offer and expiration date.
Entry into concerts, movies, plays, sporting events, or other events. Typically, each pass corresponds to a specific event, but you can also use a single pass for several events as with a season ticket.
Store loyalty cards, discount cards, points cards, and gift cards. If an account related to a store card carries a balance, the pass can be updated to display the current balance.
Any other type of pass, such as a gym membership card, in-store pickup receipt, or coat-check claim ticket.
Using the PassKit framework, you can add passes to Wallet and have them appear on a user’s lock screen based on the time and location when the pass is relevant. You can also update a pass’s content using push notifications.
Learn how to plan, implement, and distribute passes with the PassKit framework.