Charlotte Henry and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the new bonuses with the Apple Card and Bryan’s impending Mac purchase.
The Apple Card Pay Monthly plan for iPhones is live, meaning users can purchase a new device, interest free, and pay for it over 24 months.
Apple is giving customers a special deal. Through December 31 you can get 6% cash back on Apple purchases, instead of the usual 3%.
Goldman Sachs tweeted today that credit bureaus are starting to add the Apple Card to their credit reports, starting with TransUnion.
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown are calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to perform an Apple Card probe.
Apple is treating Apple Card as a service, not just a physical product, and will continue to add merchants to its 3% Daily Cash program.
Nike joins other companies in offering 3% cash back to customers who use the Apple Card on any of the company’s retail platforms.
Senator Elizabeth Warren blasted Goldman Sachs over claims it discriminated against women whilst assigning Apple Card credit limits.
Goldman Sachs responded to claims that the algorithm dictating Apple Card credit limits is sexist, saying no decisions are made on gender.
Yesterday during Apple’s earnings call one of the announcements was about iPhone financing. Apple Card customers can get 24-month financing.
There were five takeaways from Apple’s Q4 2019 Earnings Call that struck John as notable.
Ekster recently sent Andrew a smart wallet called the Senate cardholder. He thinks it’s good for his Apple Card. Here are his thoughts.
Recent stories suggested that Apple Card information is not being sent to credit bureaus, but a source within Apple disputed these claims.
There is a lot of focus on security with the Apple Card, but that has not stopped some instances of fraud emerging.
Dr. Mac tried to pay for his new iPhone 11 Pro Max at an Apple Store with his Apple Card… and that’s when the fun began.
The Mac Observer has discovered that you can recycle your physical Apple Card using the Apple Trade In program.
T-Mobile is the latest company to join the 3% club for Apple Card, and the first carrier to do so, so customers can save money on plans.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the latest 3% back offers on Apple Card, & a letter from the NSA in the NYT.
Walgreens and Duane Reade join Uber and Uber Eats as part of Apple’s 3% Daily Cash program at stores, its app, and its website.
Apple warned that leather and denim can stain your titanium Apple Card. To help, a company called KerfCase created a wooden wallet.