Apple in your wallet


Those of us with iPhones and MacBooks know that Apple is good at taking our money—and now it wants to help us spend even more of it. CEO Tim Cook announced that the company’s Apple Card will make its official debut in the U.S. next month.

ICYMI, the new release is a credit card created in partnership with Goldman Sachs, which will come in both digital and titanium forms. Unlike the cards currently sitting in your wallet (still traumatized from your multiple Zara and Chipotle visits), the Apple Card won’t have a traditional 16-digit card number, expiration date, or CVV code on the outside, and instead generates random numbers for each purchase for unparalleled security. Plus, the card offers cash back, like 2% on purchases made with Apple Pay and 3% for Apple store buys. So you can feel a liiiiitle better about having to replace your phone for the third time after another crack attack.