Following confirmation by the CEO of Ma on the launch of the Apple card, the release of the Goldman Sachs contract, and a new video showing how to apply for the card, early users are being asked to test it in the United States, where the service is initially available. The information is from TechCrunch.
According to the news, a limited number of customers who have signed up to Apple's website to be notified of the card release can now request it from the Wallet app, it seems that invitations are being randomly distributed to these people.
Apple did not disclose exactly how many are part of the rollout test, but it is likely that the card will be made available to Ma's overall US customer base later this month.
As part of this initial release, Apple posted a series of videos on its YouTube channel explaining how to set up and use the Apple Card on iPhone, including the guided tutorial we released yesterday.
How to activate your titanium card with iPhone XS / XR
How to activate your titanium card with iPhone X and earlier
How to make a store purchase
How to buy online
How to find your card number
How to see yours Daily cash
How to check your spending
How to make a payment
How to get 24/7 support
Please note that to apply for an Apple Card, the user must be a US citizen or legal resident and be at least 18 years old. In addition, you must have an iPhone running iOS 12.4 or later.