Apple has canceled the Barclays Rewards card so that it can focus on Apple Card and make that the premier way for people to purchase Apple products.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security (read: Facebook) news, Apple Card id protection, and Fortnite. Extended edition brought to you by intellectual laziness.
There are a couple of benefits you can receive if you’re an Apple Card customer. One benefit is Mastercard ID Theft Protection.
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.
Panera announced today that it will offer Apple Card customers 3% cash back when they use Apple Pay in its app, website, and stores.
Although Apple nor Goldman Sachs has officially announced it, some Apple Card customers are starting to see it on their Experian credit reports.
Apple has finally created a web page to let you pay your Apple Card bill online. It has the same features as the iOS Wallet app.
Apple is extending its COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program through July for customers who have been financially impacted by the pandemic.
Path to Apple Card is a new program from Apple and Goldman Sachs to help you get approved for Apple Card if you were declined.
Exxon Mobil is offering a deal for Apple customers. When you use Exxon and Mobil stations you can get 3% cash back with Apple Pay.
The Apple Card 0% financing program has been expanded to include more products. Previously it was only available for iPhones.
Apple preparing to allow customers to purchase devices like iPads and then pay for them on a monthly basis via Apple Card.
Apple and Walgreens are teaming up to offer a deal for new Apple Card customers: Spend US$50 and get US$50 in Daily Apple Cash.
Andrew Orr joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news and some updates to Apple Card data in the Wallet app.
Apple customers can now export Apple Card transactions as Quicken and QuickBooks formats. Here’s how to do this.
Over the past decade, our financial transaction data has become one of the most sought-after data sets. Credit card processors like American Express, Mastercard, and Visa are at the center of it.
All of this is happening under a veil of secrecy. Credit card companies may acknowledge that they make money from analyzing transactions, but they are vague about what data they actually share […] Even Apple, which prohibits Goldman Sachs from using its card data for marketing purposes, couldn’t get the same concessions out of Mastercard, its card network.
Here’s a link to the study mentioned in the article, where MIT researchers successfully de-anonymized financial data that these companies claim had privacy protections.
Continuing its actions from March and April, Apple and Goldman Sachs are allowing Apple Card deferred payments to be extended through May.
Leaked images of a Google Pay Card reveal that Google is busy creating a rival to Apple Card. There will also be an associated virtual card with it.
The Google card and associated checking account will allow users to buy things with a card, mobile phone or online. It connects to a Google app with new features that let users easily monitor purchases, check their balance or lock their account. The card will be co-branded with different bank partners, including CITI and Stanford Federal Credit Union.
I remember getting a card associated with my Google Pay account back in 2015 or so. They released it long before the Apple Card, but like many Google products it eventually got canceled.
T-Mobile added Apple Pay as an option for customers to pay their bills with, available on its website and in the app.
Apple Card now supports the ability to export financial transactions to Open Financial Exchange (OFX). This is what apps like Mint support.