Apple CEO Tim Cookrecently said that the company’s first credit card, the AppleCard, could be used in August. Please note that preview distribution for credit card, which Apple has jointly implemented with Goldman Sachs, is now in place. It is possible to say that the Apple Card will be available to all iPhone owners in the United States by the end of this month.
Apple says randomly selected people who register for information about the Apple Card will be invited to sign up for the card today, but the company’s preview group won’t be exactly how many will be included. The registration process requires having at least iOS 12.4 operating system, and people must enter their address, birthday, income level and the last four digits of their social security number. Please note that this information will be sent to Goldman Sachs, who will approve or reject their application in real time.
Apple says Apple Card doesn’t compete directly with premium cards, such as Chase Sapphire or American Express Platinum cards. Because the apple card’s main goal is to be available to every iPhone owner. Therefore, membership requirements will not be as rigid as these cards. Upon approval, the Apple Card will appear in the user’s Apple Wallet and be available. Please note that no extra action is required to make the card available.
Those who want to physically own an Apple Card must apply in the installation process. To set up the physical card, simply tap the NFC tag in the envelope by mail. After the installation process, the user has three card numbers. One of these numbers is the number given to the card on the phone, while the other appears as the number of the physical card. The third number is the virtual number that allows you to shop on online platforms that do not accept payment stake with Apple Pay. The card does not have an expiration date or security code, nor does it have a number written on it. However, if you misplace it or completely disable it from the Wallet app with a tap, you can lock the card.