- Apple announced its own credit card on Monday, known as Apple Card.
- Apple Card will have no annual, late, or international fees, and what Apple describes as a low interest rate.
- The card will also have an easy-to-use app interface, and Apple is offering both a digital and physical version of the card.
- Apple Card will be available to US customers starting this summer.
Apple on Monday launched its first-ever credit card, called Apple Card.
The new card – which Apple unveiled at an event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California – is a brand-new product line for Apple. Apple Card will have no annual or late fees, and an interest rate that Apple aims to have be “among the lowest” industry-wide.
Apple touted an easy-to-use app interface for the card, as well as a both a digital version and a sleek, physical version of the card.
Here’s what we know about Apple Card so far, and how you can sign up for one yourself.
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