First Case Of Apple Card Fraud Reported

One of the main security features of the Apple Card that Apple touts is the lack of numbers printed on the card itself. Apart from your name, the Apple Card does not have the credit card number printed on the card, nor its CVV. This is designed to help prevent fraud where despite not having access to the card, those numbers could still be used to authorize purchases.


Apple Pay Adoption Is Lagging Behind In The US

Apple Pay was launched a while back and was Apple’s way of introducing mobile payments to its customers. It seemed like a good idea where you could use devices like your iPhone and Apple Watch to make payments at places that accepted it. However, while a good idea in theory, in practice it seems that not many people are on board with it.


Yes, You Can Now Buy ‘Skins’ For The Apple Card

When you get a new credit card, you almost never get instructions on how to take care of its physical appearance, but Apple decided to offer up some advice on how to care for your Apple Card’s looks, such as warning not to keep it in leather. We understand why because in a recent photo shared on Twitter, it showed how much wear the Apple Card showed after one month.


Apple Card Is Showing Signs Of Wear Only After One Month

The Apple Card has been released and many Apple customers are already signing up for it. More recently, Apple published a support document on how you should take care of the Apple Card, which seems a bit odd since other credit card companies don’t really see the need to teach you how to care for a credit card.


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Apple Card Is Now Available To All iPhone Owners In The US

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.


Apple Card Now Expected To Launch This August

At the start of the year, Apple announced the Apple Card. This was Apple’s take on the credit card with a few changes. It is also being backed by Goldman Sachs, but unfortunately, Apple failed to mention when the card would be launching. We have heard rumors that it could arrive this week, but that is no longer the case.


Apple Card Could Be Launching As Soon As This week

Earlier this year, Apple announced the Apple Card. With Apple already embracing mobile payments with Apple Pay, it didn’t exactly come as a surprise to learn that the company would be launching their own credit card. There is no word on when the Apple Card will be launched, but now according a report from 9to5Mac, it could be launching as soon as this week.


JCPenney Starts Accepting Apple Pay Again

It has been a few months since retailer JCPenney pulled support for Apple Pay and other contactless payment services from its stores. It was thus no longer possible to pay for purchases using your iPhone or Apple Watch. The retailer appears to have reversed course as it has started accepting Apple Pay transactions once again this month.


Apple Pay Can Be Used On NYC Public Transport Starting May 31st

It was reported that the Apple Pay Express Transit feature will soon be supported by the MTA in New York City. It has been officially confirmed today that commuters will be able to pay for their subway and bus trips with Apple Pay starting May 31st. This means that they will no longer have to purchase physical MetroCards for rides.


Apple Pay Express Transit Integration Debuts In Portland

iPhone and Apple Watch owners in the United States can now use the Express Transit functionality of their devices for the first time in the United States. Portland has become the first city in the entire country to offer integration for the Apple Pay Express Transit feature. They will be able to use it to board the TriMet and C-Tran buses, MAX light rail trains, and the Portland Streetcar in […]


Anecdote Reveals That Steve Jobs Had The Idea For An Apple Card Back In 2004

Earlier this year and to everyone’s surprise, Apple announced that they would launching their own physical credit card in the form of the Apple Card. However, it seems that if you’ve worked at Apple back in the early days, this might not have been quite as surprising because as it turns out, the Apple Card was one of Steve Jobs’ ideas.


This Is What The Apple Card Looks Like In Real Life

Back in March, Apple announced the Apple Card. This is Apple’s take on a credit card and according to the company, it’s not just a regular credit card as it will actually be made out of titanium. Credit cards made out of metal are typically exclusive to the higher echelons, but it seems that Apple will be bringing it to the masses.


Apple And Google Pay Now Accepted By The UK Government For Select Services

Apple and Google Pay users in the United Kingdom can now pay their government for four services using their preferred mobile payments service. The government has started accepting the services as a payment option for four services at this point in time. It may expand the support to additional services down the road as well.


New York City’s MTA Transit System Gets Apple Pay This Summer

It was expected that New York City would finally start accepting Apple Pay for its transit system and it seems that the day won’t be far before commuters can pay on the go with Apple Pay. The company’s CEO Tim Cook said during Apple’s Q2 earnings call this week that Apple Pay will be rolling out to New York City’s MTA transit system in “early summer” of 2019.