Leaked Images Show The Perspective Of A Real Apple Card

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Corporate Apple employees and Apple Store employees are beta testing the Apple Card ahead of its midsummer release. But iMore has leaked images of the actual card from an Apple employee, whose name is anonymous for confidentiality reasons. Let’s compare the design of the titanium Apple Card from its promotional material to its physical card.

First, the physical Apple Card comes in its own design just like the one shown on the Apple website. You receive your Apple Card in a white envelope, adorned with an Apple logo in the front and a rainbow-colored lining, with directions to activate the card with your iPhone. It depicts an embossed Apple logo, a chip and your name on the front. On the back, it’s in the same, minimal design aesthetic as the front. This consists of a magstripe, Mastercard and Golden Sachs logos embossed into the card.

Furthermore, there is no CVV, expiration date or a credit card number printed on the card. Instead, your iPhone will produce its own virtual credit card numbers in case you need to pay with Apple Card in a website that doesn’t accept Apple Pay. On the other hand, the card is surprisingly light, weighing on 14.75 grams.

Lastly, the Apple Card registration policies have been leaked, according to iMore. Apple approves people with credit scores ranging from 600 to 700, with a credit limit of $1,000. In addition, APRs required to be approved for Apple Card must be from 13.24% to 24.24%. It also took about a week on average for a person to get their Apple Card approved.

In conclusion, the Apple Card is still undergoing testing by Goldman Sachs employees and Apple employees in corporate and retail stores. They’ve been test driving the Apple Card for a few weeks and they love it, for the sake of its privacy in the future of the credit card. The Apple Card may launch somewhere next month, which is the public release of iOS 12.4.

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