Apple Card Rolling Out Today to Limited Number of Customers
Tuesday, 6 August 2019 () Apple Card appears to be getting its first group of public test users today. A limited number of customers who signed up on Apple's website to be notified about the release of Apple Card are reportedly able to apply for the card in their Wallet app and to order a physical Apple Card (via TechCrunch).
Sign-up invites are going out to a random selection of people who signed up to be notified about Apple Card. Apple hasn't disclosed exactly how many people are part of its "preview rollout," but a full rollout of Apple Card is expected later this month.
Apple has also posted a series of videos to its YouTube channel explaining to iPhone users how Apple Card works. The 12 videos cover a range of topics, including the following:· Introducing Apple Card· Apple Card design· How to apply· How to activate your titanium card with iPhone XS/XR· How to activate your titanium card with iPhone X and earlier· How to make a purchase in store· How to make a purchase online· How to find your card number· How to see your Daily Cash· How to check your spending· How to make a payment· How to get support 24/7Apple Card is limited to the United States at the current time, but may expand to additional countries in the near future. Apple is already in talks with European regulators, and has trademarked Apple Card in Europe, Hong Kong, and Canada.
Apple Card is a no fee credit card. There are no annual fees, international fees, fees for making a late payment, or fees for exceeding your credit limit, which means there are no penalty rates for missing a payment.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said last Tuesday that the Apple Card will launch in August, so the full rollout could be coming any day now. Goldman Sachs last week made its Customer Agreement available providing more detail on the Apple Card, and for questions about how everything will work, make sure to check out our Apple Card guide.Tag: Apple Card
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