Today, Apple released the seventh and presumably final beta of iOS 12.4, the beta which Apple have been testing for the past few months and has been heavily overshadowed by its new brother, iOS 13. The first six betas really didn’t have anything to get exciting over, but the seventh beta is a little different.
Today, Reddit user u/mm0nam noticed that there was a new toggle under the ‘Apple Pay Cash’ section of the Settings application on iOS 12.4 Beta 7. The new toggle, if enabled, will deliver notifications regarding your ‘Daily Cash’, a feature of the highly-anticipated Apple Card, which was announced back in March of this year. When you buy something using Apple Card, you get a percentage of your purchase back in Daily Cash every day. It goes right onto your Apple Cash card, so you can use it just like cash.
This toggle is not visible in previous betas of iOS 12.4, and this is super exciting as it indicates that Apple’s new venture may be launching to the public very, very soon. We know that both Apple internal and retail employees have been testing the Apple Card for the last few months, but this recent discovery seems to indicate that the launch is imminent for the public.
Apple Card will only be available in the United States, with Apple likely to roll it out to the rest of the world in the weeks/months following its launch in the US.
Are you excited for the launch of Apple Card? Even though I won’t be able to actually test it out (I don’t live in the US), I’m super excited to actually see its release!
Credit to u/mm0nam for this discovery! 🙂