The credit card’s idea entered its deployment phase on Tuesday
Intrigued about Apple Card? Well, invitations are rolling out to a select few to get one. Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, announced that it would be unveiled in August. And true to his words, on Tuesday, the first level of deployment was set in motion. The company sent out e-mail invites to a select few of the ones who were intrigued and signed up for notification on when the card would be available.
Did you make it to the invitation list of the brand new Apple Card?
Well, even if you were not, don’t fret. A much larger public launch is on the cards later this month.
This newest Apple launch is the company’s expansion in the finance sector. Moreover, this project is done in partnership with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard.
Apple Card promises no annual fees, no late fees and no over-the-limit fees (What’s the catch?). The initial sign-up and it’s subsequent management will all be handled through iPhone‘s Wallet app (iOS 12.4)
Apart from these perks, there are many cashback offers that the Apple Card brings along with it. And all these cashback would be transferred back to your account within the day. In fact, the company has named this feature as ‘Daily Cash.’ True to its name, isn’t it? And you can transfer this (Apple) cash to your bank account.
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