Retail employees are now testing the new Apple Card just before the launch

Retail employees are now testing the new Apple Card just before the launch
Written by Michael Sheetz
The Apple Card is very close to its arrival. Apple has been very quiet about the entire credit card they are working on since March. The new report has come out that the company is now expanding the beta testing ahead of the summer release which was planned. According to Bloomberg, Apple has expanded the whole beta testing of their new Credit Card. The credit card is now included in its own retail employees. The company has given all its employees strict instructions on not to talk about this device. The report has also made this clear that the employees are allowed to use the card publically to make any kind of purchases. People who are now using this card are now using iOS 12.4 and iOS 13. These versions of Android will be arriving this summer along with the new Apple Card support. Nobody has a clear idea if employees are going to test the physical aluminum card or the digital version of the card. Bloomberg has said that this card will be fully functional and will have features like bill pay, cashback, and technical support. Testers can see the status of the physical card. This Card from Apple has been made by the company in partnership with Goldman Sachs. This is the first time that Apple will be attempting to get into the credit card business offering mobile payments in the Wallet application. This card will be giving a total of 3 percent cash back for all the purchases which are directly made with the application. The cashback will be applicable for any kind of subscription, App Store and iTunes. There is no extra fee levied in the card and the cashback is also delivered on a daily basis.

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Michael Sheetz

Michael Sheetz is the Senior Writer at Main Street Mobile. He is keen to learn how to use the latest gadget in the market. Apart from this, he loves to purchase essential gadgets. He has completed his bachelor of the arts in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, double-minoring in Journalism and Theology in 2017.

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