If you lose your iPhone, you won't be able to pay your Apple Card bill — because Apple didn't make a normal banking portal for web browsers (AAPL)
Tuesday, 13 August 2019 () · Apple launched its first-ever credit card last week, called the Apple Card.
· The Apple Card lives entirely within the Wallet app in your iPhone.
· That means if you lose your iPhone, you won't have a way to pay off your Apple Card bills.
· Apple did not make a traditional web portal for people to pay off their...
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