Thinking of applying for an Apple Card? Now is a great time to get extra Daily Cash added to your account. During the month of July, Apple is offering $50 cash back on new Apple Card accounts. New card holders can get the bonus cash by paying for an Apple Service using their Apple Card.
Businesses large and small have been coming together to help lessen the economic blow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies such as Amazon, eBay and Walmart have banned together to eliminate price gouging, and ISPs like AT&T and Comcast are suspending data caps and offering affordable internet access to low income Americans.
Apple also announced that it will allow Apple Card owners who need assistance to defer their March payment without incurring any interest charges. Apple Card users only need to contact Card Support via Messages to enroll in the Customer Assistance Program. Apple has sent out emails to Apple Card holders detailing the new program.
Getting a new iPhone is great, but having to setup all your apps again can be annoying. Most apps require that you log in again after you activate your new iOS device. This is not only time consuming, but it can be a major pain if you do not remember your login information or do not have it saved. This also applies to to some stock apps, such as the Wallet app. While most of your saved loyalty and other third-party cards will still be availble, one major card will not -- your Apple Card.
Apple Card has proven to be one of the most successful credit card launches in history. Security and privacy are touted as two of the most important features of Apple Card. But like any payment account, unauthorized or fraudulent transactions are possible. Should the physical Apple Card be lost or stolen, it's a good idea to lock your account to prevent charges.
Opening an Apple Card means one more monthly bill added to the stack. Apple Card makes it easy to see a snapshot of monthly spending, as well as interest due when the balance is financed. Payments to Apple Card are sent from your device, there's no writing checks or stamping envelopes. However, there's no getting away from the monthly bill.