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Apple Card now available to everyone in the US

Apple Card now available to everyone in the US

After launching on a limited scale earlier in the month, the Apple Card is now available to all users in the US. Of course, you'll need an iPhone if you want to sign up for the card, but assuming you do, you can open up the Wallet app and apply for a card today.

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Apple Card accounts can’t be accessed or paid via web browsers

Apple Card accounts can’t be accessed or paid via web browsers

Apple is always positioning itself as one of the greatest champions of modern privacy, especially among Big Tech companies. With Apple Card, it is extending that into the financial realm and is dipping its toes into a rather unfamiliar market. Almost like any new player in the credit card market, Apple is promising no or fewer fees and greater privacy but it seems that Apple has neglected mentioning how intricately it will be tied to an iPhone.

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What banks can learn from Apple Card

What banks can learn from Apple Card

Live and breathe Apple? Here’s the latest piece of Apple tech available this month for you to flex. It’s the Apple Card – except it doesn’t flex. It’s a solid sheet of sturdy titanium that sits in your wallet with the rest of your cards. Launching Apple’s venture into the banking and finance industry, Apple Card works like Apple Pay in the form of a card. The card comes in handy at cashiers and checkouts that don’t accept mobile payment. Created with the help of Goldman Sachs and powered by Mastercard, Apple’s new venture has plenty of pedigree and should be accepted at just about any cashier.

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Apple Card shows up in the flesh with its minimalist design

Apple Card shows up in the flesh with its minimalist design

Although Apple has long been expected to make its own physical card, the timing of its arrival was still a bit of a surprise. Announced last March, the company showed off a titanium credit card that unmistakably bore Apple's aesthetics. Now we're getting a view of what the real card looks in person, or at least based on someone's brave photos of the card.

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Apple Card: The fine print Tim Cook didn’t mention

Apple Card: The fine print Tim Cook didn’t mention

Apple Card is a credit card that exists as a physical card with details on an iPhone. Today Apple showed the Apple Card for the first time ever - and made a pretty convincing case for how the card could be better than any other credit card. The Apple Card launches later this year, and we'll know more about how you'll attain said card then. For now, we're digging in to the details posted by Apple - especially where said details did not appear onstage today at Apple's event.

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The physical Apple Card is a thing of beauty

The physical Apple Card is a thing of beauty

Even though you'll mostly be using Apple's new credit card digitally through Apple Pay and Apple Wallet, there will still be times when you'll need to use a physical card. Though it probably pains Apple to say it, worldwide support for Apple Pay isn't quite to 100% yet. In addition to adding your Apple Card to your Wallet as soon as you're approved for one, Apple will also send you a physical card to use in those instances where Apple Pay isn't supported, and it looks quite a bit different from most other credit cards out there.

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How Apple Card will replace your credit card

How Apple Card will replace your credit card

Back before today's Apple reveal event, an interesting rumor made the rounds, claiming that Apple was going to launch a credit card of its own. As it turns out, that rumor was correct, as Tim Cook just announced a new service called Apple Card. There's a lot to this announcement, so let's dive into all that Apple reveal today.

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Apple credit card could be next services conquest

Apple credit card could be next services conquest

For quite some time now, Apple has been looking to reduce its reliance on device sales by making money in other ways, particularly through fee-based services. Some of those, like Apple Music and iCloud, already exist and seem to be making Apple a decent chunk of change. Apple also seems to be gearing up to offer magazine subscriptions through Apple News and is rumored to be creating a streaming video service, but it may not stop there.

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Coinbase Warning: Check your bank account NOW [UPDATE]

Coinbase Warning: Check your bank account NOW [UPDATE]

Over the past week a number of banks and credit card companies issued Bitcoin sales brands like Coinbase to switch their MCC code. As a result, loads of cash have begun moving with little to no notice from said banks to Coinbase customers. In addition, it would appear that Coinbase users are having errors in which their accounts are charged multiple times for the same transaction, resulting in hundreds or thousands of dollars gone missing. We recommend you take action immediately.

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OnePlus credit card payments suspended pending investigation

OnePlus credit card payments suspended pending investigation

OnePlus may have survived 2017 largely unscathed, but it has started the new year with a thunderous flop. Users everywhere have reported getting fraudulent credit card transactions after they used that same card to purchase something from OnePlus’ online store. While OnePlus is still investigating the incident, it has temporarily stopped accepting credit card payments to put a halt to the reports. Unfortunately, nothing can be done to save those already affected.

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Hilton credit card data breach settlement includes a $700,000 fee

Hilton credit card data breach settlement includes a $700,000 fee

In order to settle a probe into a pair of credit card data breaches that affected some of its guests a couple years back, Hilton Worldwide Holdings will pay a $700,000 fee and also work to improve its security to help ensure future incidents don't occur. The settlement was announced by the attorneys general for Vermont and New York in a statement earlier today.

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Sony’s PlayStation credit card offers tempting rewards for PS4 fans

Sony’s PlayStation credit card offers tempting rewards for PS4 fans

There's a lot of PlayStation-branded stuff out there, and today that group grows just a little bit bigger with the introduction of the new PlayStation credit card. Yes, if you're a die-hard PlayStation fan, this could indeed be the credit card for you. In fact, Sony's trying to tempt you to sign up with a significant amount of credit to the PlayStation Store.

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