Per The Wall Street Journal, we should see a release of a new credit card for Apple, with Goldman Sachs as the banking partner.
Joe Rossignol, writing for MacRumors:
The report claims the card will be rolled out to Apple employees for internal testing in the next few weeks and officially launch later this year. The card would be accessible through the Wallet app on iPhone, potentially with unique features for setting spending goals, tracking rewards, and managing balances.
The card will be issued by Goldman Sachs and use Mastercard's payment network, according to the report. The card is said to offer around two percent cashback on most purchases and potentially more on Apple products and services.
With Apple looking to continue to make a push into services, and Goldman Sachs said to be sharing more fee revenue with Apple, it’s no wonder they might be looking to make a change from their current credit card offering.
What’s your take readers, will you be signing up?