Apple Card: Now will the masses embrace mobile payment? Apple’s upcoming credit card relies on the iPhone and offers rewards for contactless payments. Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani debate if that’s enough for mass mobile payment adoption. Read more: https://zd.net/2xqKX9T Must-see offer Apple Card: A new kind of credit card from Apple Sign up to be notified about the Apple Card’s full launch and potentially receive a preview invite. Read More The digital version of my Apple Card is still entirely orange. But, today, I received my physical Apple Card. The titanium card is entirely white and will stay that way, regardless of what I purchase. I knew it was arriving because the Wallet app on my iPhone had sent me alerts, letting me know when it shipped via FedEx, and it even let me know that it was getting close to delivery. Must read: Apple Card: My first day with Apple’s new credit card There’s an Apple logo (because of course there is), my name, and a chip on the front of the card. On the back, the Goldman Sachs and MasterCard logos are all you’ll find. Even the magnetic stripe is different, hugging the bottom of the card. It’s very minimal, and I can only imagine there will be a lengthy conversation each time I hand it to a clerk at a checkout stand. There’s a distinct metal sound when you place it on a counter, too. If nothing else, by using a metal card, Apple is getting plenty… [Read full story]
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