It has been several months, and now the Apple Card is very real with a "rollout preview" starting today. A full US launch is coming later this month, but if you're lucky enough to get in today, there's a lot to get your teeth in.
Apple doesn't say how many will be allowed to register on the Apple Card right now and just say there is a selection of people who signed up to be notified when the Apple Card was ready to go.
The selection process was apparently also random. To register, you must have a device running iOS 12.4 and then enter the address, date of birth, income, and the last four digits of your social security number.
In less than a minute, a decision from Goldman Sachs is received, and you are then notified whether or not you can have an Apple card.
The registration process is simple and done on the device, but it is not as easy to cancel the card. Instead, users must call Goldman Sachs to cancel their account. It is disappointing, but may not be as expected.
Apple has also made a new series of videos available that detail how Apple Card works and how users should keep track of usage.
A lot is happening to the Apple Card, and if you have signed up, or have plans to do so, we would strongly recommend checking out the videos. You will also look at the Apple Card interface which is pretty good, especially by banking standards.
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