Ahead of the summer launch of Apple Card, Goldman Sachs employees are internally beta testing Apple Card and are loving the experience. The revelation was made by Goldman’s CEO David Solomon while speaking at the Recode Code Conference.
Apple has teamed up with Goldman Sachs for the innovative Apple Card in the United States. It was not only Apple’s first credit card but also the first one for Goldman Sachs. As it turns out, Apple was also in talks with Citigroup for the Apple Card but the bank pulled out amidst doubts that it could turn a profit on the partnership.
The first set of Apple Card has started making its way into the hands of Apple employees. Ben Geskin has posted the photo of one such Apple Card on Twitter giving us a look at how the physical card will look like.
Apple’s Show Time event was packed with services announcements from the company. Apple announced not one or two but four different services, with most of them launching later this year. Apple also announced Apple Card — a “new kind of credit card” that has been “created by Apple, not a bank.”
Apple announced its first credit card, the Apple Card, earlier this month. And while the company had a lot to share, there were still plenty of details missing.
Pairing AirPods is simple, and that’s by design. Apple wanted to make sure that you could just set it up and go, without having to deal with menus or settings (unless you want to).
On Monday, March 25, Apple hosted the “It’s Show Time” event. As many had expected, this wasn’t meant unveil brand new hardware. Rather, it was all about services.
Apple today had an eventful day, announcing a variety of new services. As usual, the company also had plenty of videos to show off during the event.
On Monday, Apple officially announced a new credit card. A rethought “Apple Card”.