If the idea of owning a titanium credit card made by Apple sounds like something you could totally get on board with, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has officially announced and confirmed that the Apple Card is now available to all iPhone owners in the US, assuming that they meet the eligibility requirements.

For those learning about this for the first time, the Apple Card was announced back in March earlier this year. It seems that the idea of an Apple credit card was conceived a very long time ago when Apple’s co-founder Steve Jobs was still around, and it took years before it finally materialized where Goldman Sachs will be the issuing bank behind it.

One of the features of the Apple Card is that it is a minimalist card by design where the only information it has on it physically would be your name. There is no card number which means that it would be hard to steal that information just by looking at it. It can be used in places where Apple Pay is not supported as it is essentially a credit card at its core.

It also comes with features that allows users to keep track of their spending if they are on a budget. At the moment, the Apple Card is only available in the US, but Goldman Sachs did previously express their interest to expand it to more markets overseas.

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