Apple Card goes to the Web
At a special event in March of 2019, Apple's previews a number of their new services including Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple TV+. The last item they talked about was a new service called Apple Card. Apple Card takes what we all have come to expect from a credit card and enhances it. Apple Card is a credit card that lives on your iPhone and integrates with Apple Pay. Apple Card was released to consumers beginning in the late summer of 2019.
When Apple Card was first unveiled, one of the most requested features was the ability to export transactions, which was added in January of this year. The second most requested feature was a website. Today, Apple unveiled a website just for Apple Card. It is available at card.apple.com. The website has the basics available. You can see your current balance, including some details, you can view your statements, schedule payments, manage bank accounts, and view benefits as well as terms and conditions. While you are on the site, you can also contact support via phone or the official Apple Card Support site.
There is one last thing to mention Apple Card. If you apply for a new Apple Card you will get $50 Daily Cash when you use your new Apple Card to pay for an Apple Service
and get $50 Daily Cash back. This includes Apple Music, TV+, App Store and other services. This only applies to new applicants, but it is a great way to get them into using the card.
It is great to see Apple adding features that user want. I am sure one of the things on their list is the ability to provide access for multiple people to the same Apple Card.