Goldman Sachs & Apple credit card with added iPhone features about to enter testing
Thursday, 21 February 2019 Apple and Goldman Sachs are continuing to work on a project that could result in a jointly-produced credit card, one that offers extra functions in the Wallet app that may help users manage their spending and their accounts more effectively, without requiring a separate card-specific app.
On Monday, Apple announced it is launching a new rewards credit card in partnership with Goldman Sachs. Apple Card will offer 3% cash back on purchases at Apple, 2% back on purchases made using Apple..
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Apple today revealed it’s launching its own, “better” version of a credit card, called Apple Card. It’s designed to work with the iPhone, but is also a... The Next Web Also reported by •Sify •News24 •SBS •TechRadar •Business Insider
Apple Inc. showcased its new credit card on Monday, along with several other products. "Today we're introducing a brand new service and calling it Apple Card,"... bizjournals Also reported by •Sify •News24 •SBS •TechRadar •Finextra