Apple Card begins rolling out today!

Today, Apple began the rollout of their new credit card, Apple Card. Apple is now sending out invites to a group of customers who asked Apple to notify them when Apple Card released, as pointed out by TechCrunch. Don’t worry if you didn’t get an invite. It’s only a limited number of users at the moment.

Those who have been invited will be brought to the Wallet app on the iPhone and will be given the ability to sign up for the card in the app. Alongside that, you can also apply for the super-sexy physical Apple Card, which will be delivered at a later date.

Alongside that, Apple will be launching Apple Card for everyone at the end of this month. You do need the most recent iOS software, iOS 12.4, in order to apply for the card. Apple have released videos on their YouTube channel to explain how to set up the card. 

At the moment, Apple Card is only available in the United States, but it will probably be arriving to other countries such as the UK and Australia in the coming weeks or months. 

Apple Card is a collaboration between Apple and American bank Goldman-Sachs. It offers some unique features such as a daily cash, no fees, 3% cash back on Apple purchases, 2% cash back on purchases with Apple Pay, with only 1% cash back on purchases made with the physical titanium card. 

Have you been invited to test out Apple Card? Let us know in the comments below!

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