With the Apple Card launching just weeks or even days away, partner Goldman Sachs has uploaded the credit card customer agreement.
Prior to the launch of the Apple card, Goldman Sachs has uploaded the terms and conditions of cards on its website. According to a new Reuters report, the customer agreement dictates that the card cannot be used to purchase cash advances or cash equivalents that include cryptocurrencies, casino game chips, race track rates or tickets.  Under the Goldman Sachs Agreement:
If you make unauthorized modifications to your qualified 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 manage 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 deal also goes over the "Daily Cash" feature, which allows users to receive a daily payout when purchasing with the Apple card. Buy directly from Apple earns three percent cash back, while Apple Pay purchases earn two percent and all other transactions earn one percent. If a customer makes a transaction that qualifies in two categories, such as Apple Pay payments made in an Apple Store, they receive the highest percentage payment.
Additionally, Apple cardholders "must have an Apple ID associated with an iCloud account that is in good standing with Apple," and enable two-factor authentication for that ID, the agreement explains. This is likely to avoid fraud or intrusion, as iCloud accounts can sometimes be hacked to buy in the App Store.
The rest of the Apple Card customer agreement contains all standard legalese and previously known information such as the interest rate of 13.24-23.24%, the rewards program, the card's approximate approach and more.  Check out the full Apple Card customer agreement here.