Apple Shares Series of Videos Explaining How to Use Apple Card

As part of Apple Card's "preview rollout" today, Apple has posted a series of videos to its YouTube channel explaining how to set up and use Apple Card on iPhone.


The 10 videos cover a range of topics, including the following:
The Apple Card Preview began today, with a limited number of customers who signed up to be notified about the release of Apple Card now able to apply for the card in their Wallet app and to order a physical Apple Card.

Customers who receive an email invitation to the Apple Card Preview can sign up for Apple Card in the Wallet app on the iPhone or by going to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay on the iPad.


Apple hasn't disclosed exactly how many people are part of its "preview rollout," but a full rollout of Apple Card is expected later this month.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens or lawful residents of the United States and must be 18 years of age or older. An iPhone running iOS 12.4 or later is required to sign up for Apple Card.

Ahead of the official public launch of the Apple Card, Apple's wallet.apple.com website is active, providing further details on the application process.

In addition, Goldman Sachs last week made its Customer Agreement available providing more detail on the Apple Card, and for questions about how everything will work, make sure to check out our Apple Card guide.



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3 weeks ago
10 videos?
Even their most complicated software or computing devices get zero instructional videos - yet a credit card gets 10?
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3 weeks ago
The hype for an average credit card is baffling. I’m an apple guy and don’t really care about this offering. That being said apple fan boys will jump on ANYTHING that’s apple branded.
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3 weeks ago
The main reason people are so excited about this card, is that it will be thought of as a status symbol. And, if you use the card with Apple Pay, how will anyone know that you have an Apple Card? Can we have Siri announce it? Loudly?! :rolleyes: :cool:
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3 weeks ago
How many people will try to shop with the card number in the videos.
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3 weeks ago
The one thing I find interesting is how it automatically shows you the interest due based on the minimum payment you make. That is cool.
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3 weeks ago

Credit history. Removing that card removes somewhere around 9 years of history that I have with the company.


Unless you have borderline trustworthiness it’s a non issue.
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3 weeks ago

The main reason people are so excited about this card, is that it will be thought of as a status symbol. And, if you use the card with Apple Pay, how will anyone know that you have an Apple Card? Can we have Siri announce it? Loudly?! :rolleyes: :cool:

The centurion card and visa black cards are status symbols. This card purely symbolizes apple lemmings.
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3 weeks ago

Interesting that the XR and XS have a different card activation method than older phones.


From 9to5mac:

When a customer receives their titanium Apple Card, they will be able to activate it just by holding their iPhone XS or iPhone XR near the packaging. iPhone X and older devices do not have background NFC reading and will need to go into the Wallet app manually.
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3 weeks ago

How so?


Credit history. Removing that card removes somewhere around 9 years of history that I have with the company.
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3 weeks ago

Where’s the transfer Barclays account to Apple Card account video?

I wouldn’t be surprised if for folks with an existing financing deal on old card, the Barclays card will survive until the financing comes due. Already looks like new financing deals will only happen on Apple Card.
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