Apple acquired Credit Kudos, a UK open banking startup company that helps people make better decisions when purchasing products. The deal suggests that Apple could launch Apple Card in the UK in the future.
Apple is offering some exclusive discounts to Apple Card Holders like free News+ and unlimited coffee from Panera Bread — who would say no to that!
Apple Card Family will roll out next month and will require users to upgrade to the latest version of iOS when it is released.
Earlier, the only way to check account statement and make payments was through Apple’s Wallet app for iPhones.
Apple Card's zero-fee financing plans are also available for accessories such as Apple Pencil and HomePod speaker, but the Apple Watch is not one of them.
It seems that Apple Card users will soon be able to get several Apple products on interest-free payment plans
After allowing Apple Card holders to skip their monthly payment in March, Apple and Partner Goldman Sachs are now letting them defer it for another month.
Google is apparently working to link their Google Pay accounts to checking accounts with the collaboration of Citigroup
As it turns out, Apple has been working on an iTunes credit card back in 2004, when Steve Jobs wanted to introduce it to promote music purchases.
The newly announced Apple Card availability is set for this summer in the U.S., but Goldman Sachs hints at a future international expansion.
The newly introduced Apple Card is trying to make your financial life easier, and Apple promises easy approval and no fees.