Today Apple announced their latest extension of Apple pay - the Apple card.
The credit card can be accessed across your Apple devices and will be found in your Wallet App, with clear spending tracking - with store names clearly listed - and details on when your next payment is due and how much you've spent this month. You can also message Apple to update your Apple Card details. The main selling point? The Apple Card will come with no fees.
But is it all too good to be true?
Although Apple preaches that you can sign up instantly and use the card anywhere in the world, you still have to qualify to be approved for an Apple Card. Apple has yet to stipulate the eligibility requirements.
Apple Card also offers rewards, with Daily Cash giving you 2% cashback every time you spend, and it's paid every day. However, there is a limit to the cashback you will receive if you try to exceed your credit limit. As cnet.com explain, if your limit is $3,000, you'll only be able to earn $90 is Daily Cash until the next billing cycle.
What are your thoughts on the apple card?