It seems that Apple has finally decided to implement its credit card outside the US.. And it seems that the first country graced with this decision is going to be India. Good news, no doubt.
Although a priori it does not affect us, unless you live in the US or in said Asian country, it is still good news for everyone to see how the Apple Card It is already beginning to be implemented in other countries. That means that sooner or later, it will come to ours. It’s just a matter of time…
money control He has published an article where he explains that those from Cupertino are in talks with different banks in India to be able to implement their Apple Card credit card.
This report ensures that Tim Cook met HDFC Bank CEO and MD Sashidhar Jagdishan during his trip to India last April, according to two verified sources. They also ensure that the CEO of Apple is holding talks with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to possibly launch Apple Pay in that country.
so everything indicates that Apple is exploring the possibility of launching its Apple Card in that country as a shared credit card with HDFC Bank.
Remember that Apple Card launched in the United States in 2019 as the first credit card designed specifically for use with the iPhone. It’s a no-cost credit card that provides customers with a secure and convenient way to manage their finances right from the Apple Wallet app on iPhone.
This card offers daily cash rewards to Apple users who shop online or in person at an Apple Store, reporting 3% cashback daily cash back on purchases made directly from Apple and also select stores with Apple Pay, and 2% on purchases through Apple Pay. So the Apple Card, we already have it a little closer.