Apple’s own credit card, which Apple announced months ago, finally begins to be offered to users. The company will introduce credit cards to its first owners in August.
The Apple Card, announced in March, is expected to make traditional payments easier. The card will work in integration with the Wallet application on the iPhone and will require iOS 12.4.
Will be distributed free
The Cupertino-based technology giant signed a partnership with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard to launch the Apple Card. According to Bloomberg, the first customers of Apple Card will receive credit cards in the next few weeks. The Apple Card comes with a number of advantages, including a 3 percent cashback on Apple purchases and a 2 percent refund on Apple Pay transactions.
The Apple Card will be distributed free of charge, as the company has previously announced, and there will be no annual, overdue or overdue fees. Titanium Apple Card is completely confidential and has no card number, CVV security code, expiration date or signature. The only thing embossed will be the name and surname of the card holder. The exact date on which the credit card will be launched in August has not yet been announced.