We learned more details this week about the Apple Card in advance of the launch kit for this month. Now, Apple's banking partner, Goldman Sachs, has published the Apple Card customer agreement on its website with all the nice details, including a jailbreaking warning.
During the company's earnings call earlier this week, Tim Cook confirmed that the Apple Card would be launched in August. We also learned today that Apple is running its rewards program with Barclays and that an Apple Card attendant app is coming to the iPad.
Although we already know most of the details about Apple's upcoming credit card, Goldman Sachs has published its Apple Card customer agreement on its website with all the fine details (via MacRumors ).
The agreement confirms that additional cardholders will not be an option, which means that if you want an Apple Card, you must search and be approved for it on your own iPhone.
Another interesting treat is a jailbreaking warning and losing the ability to access / manage your account or Goldman Sachs and even close your account.
If you make unauthorized modifications to your eligible device, such as by disabling hardware or software controls (for example, through a process sometimes called "jailbreaking"), your Eligible Device may no longer be eligible to access or m anage your account. You acknowledge that the use of a modified eligible entity in connection with your account is expressly prohibited, violates this agreement, and may result in us refusing or restricting your access to or closing your account, and any other means available to us under this agreement.
The rest of the agreement contains all the standard legalese and information we have known as the interest rate 1
Check out the full Apple Card customer agreement here. Take a look at the update of everything we know about the product ahead of the upcoming launch for more details like the approval odds, the setup process and much more.
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