By 2025 Apple Pay could account for 10% of global card transactions. Currently the service accounts for 5%.
Apple Card now supports the ability to export financial transactions to Open Financial Exchange (OFX). This is what apps like Mint support.
Apple Card iPhone financing is here for unlocked iPhones but the fine print says you’ll still need an account with one of the major carriers.
Curve is an app that gives you a prepaid Mastercard that you can load on demand, and it just added support for Apple Pay.
At first Apple Card was locked down from money management apps, but there’s now a middle ground: Export Apple Card data to a spreadsheet.
A report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) shows that the iPhone 11/Pro/Pro Max dominated sales for Q4 2019.
During an earnings call for Goldman Sachs, chief financial officer Stephen Scherr reiterated his bank’s control over Apple Card.
Ireland’s Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is presenting an award to Tim Cook to recognize Apple’s 40 years of investment in the country.
On Monday the IRS announced changes to its deal with the tax filing industry. For years the agency was prohibited from creating its own free tax filing system, like other countries do. In exchange for not competing, the tax industry promised to make free versions of its software if you make below a certain amount of income. But companies like Intuit and H&R Block added code to their web pages to make it harder for their free products to appear on Google. But now it all changes.
“The improved process will make Free File stronger and give taxpayers another reason to consider this valuable software option,” IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said in a statement. The agency hopes the changes will make the free option more accessible for taxpayers in the 2020 filing season, he said.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco recently had the world’s biggest IPO of US$25.6 billion. At that level it has a market valuation of US$1.7 trillion, beating Apple to become the world’s most valuable company.
Aramco did not say when shares would start trading on the Saudi stock market but two sources said it was scheduled for Dec. 11.
Saudi Arabia relied on domestic and regional investors to sell a 1.5% stake after lukewarm interest from abroad, even at the reduced valuation of $1.7 trillion.
Goldman Sachs tweeted today that credit bureaus are starting to add the Apple Card to their credit reports, starting with TransUnion.
In that “tax dodging” is using illegal means to avoid paying taxes, it’s not properly applied to Apple, a company that has long used international law to structure its business in order to pay the least taxes it—legally—can.
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.
Apple Pay Belarus begins its rollout starting with BPS-Sberbank, one of the oldest and biggest banks in the Republic of Belarus.
Apple has been wooing China for years now but it sounds like it’s an increasingly one-sided relationship as China is blocking Apple services.
Rabobank is the second-biggest bank in the Netherlands, leading in food and agriculture financing and sustainability-oriented banking.
Ekster recently sent Andrew a smart wallet called the Senate cardholder. He thinks it’s good for his Apple Card. Here are his thoughts.
Not only was Apple the first company to reach a market value of one trillion dollars, the company recently passed that milestone.
In the future Apple and other companies will have to pay taxes in each country they sell products and services in.