Apple Card: release date and features
By Mia Carla 2019-06-14 296 0
According to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon (David Solomon), they have completed early tests of Apple Card with Apple employees.
From the feedback that has been received so far, consumers are extremely interested in Apple Card.
From the previous announcement, Apple Card uses a very Apple extremely concise design style, the overall titanium alloy material, one side is Apple LOGO, EMV IC chip, the other side is partner Goldman Sachs, MasterCard LOGO, does not have the traditional credit card signature bar, card number, security code, expiration time and other information.
Apple Card, which will be launched in the United States this summer, can apply directly for electronic cards in Apple Wallet wallets and can also apply for physical cards after approval.
It has no burden, no annual fee, no foreign currency conversion fee, no late fee (but accumulated interest), no excess fee, and will automatically sort out consumption records, which can be used as accounting software.
Any consumption using Apple Card, will be refunded unconditionally by 1%, 2% by Apple Pay, 3% by purchase of Apple Mall products, and the amount will be settled daily without a limit, which can be set back the next day.
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