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Apple CEO Tim Cook said the Apple Card would arrive in August on the company’s last earnings call, and here it is: Apple’s new credit card, issued in partnership with Goldman Sachs, will begin a “preview rollout” today, and then become broadly available to all iPhone owners in the US later this month.
Apple says a random selection of people who signed up to be notified about the Apple Card will be invited to sign up today, although the company won’t disclose exactly how many people will be in the preview group. The signup process, which requires iOS 12.4, involves entering your address, birthday, income level, and last four digits of your Social Security number. That information is sent to Goldman Sachs, which will approve or decline...
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As if there weren’t enough reasons not to get an Apple Card, the latest batch of information might people think twice. This particular financial tool has some... The Merkle Also reported by •9to5Mac •Business Insider •MacRumours.com
· *Apple is entering the credit card business this month with the launch of the first-ever Apple Card.*
· *The card works very similarly to other credit... Business Insider Also reported by •MacRumours.com •9to5Mac