The arrival of the Apple Card in the US market is inevitable. So much so that the company has already launched a website showing how it will be configured on the iPhone, compatible devices and the activation process. First, the bad news for users of older terminals: although the card works in all Face ID and Touch ID devices, Apple confirms it is leaving the iPhone 5s out of the program.

Now, if you have a terminal higher than 5s and live in the United States, you will soon be able to start using an Apple Card. The application process for the card is done by your own iPhone through the Wallet app, which is the nerve center of mobile payments for Apple terminals. Once requested, the company will verify that you meet the requirements set out as follows:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident of at least 18 years of age or older.
  • You have the latest version of iOS.
  • An iPhone that can use Apple Pay.

Apple also included a video On his website you can see the whole application process. Interestingly, your company informs you at all times during the application process of your applicable conditions. In the case of the sample video, you can see that the sample user has a credit limit of $ 10,000 At a rate of 13.24%, quite interesting considering the prices that usually have this type of card. The process for all is as follows:

  • Open the Wallet app.
  • Touch the + button.
  • Select the new Apple Card option.
  • Enter information such as name, email address and date and birth.
  • From there, the credit status will be evaluated and Goldman Sachs will notify the consumer of its interest rate.
  • If accepted, the card will be available on the iPhone.

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Anyway, it looks like the launch of the Apple Card is imminent and the company is already well underway so that users will begin to be informed about the application process.