Apple's Credit Card Could Be Making Its Way to the UK Pretty Soon

By Shabana Arif on at

Apple announced its Apple Card for the US back in March, and now it looks like we could be seeing it branch out into Europe and Hong Kong.

Technically, Apple has filed trademarks for the card in Europe as opposed to the UK specifically, and as we're still a member of the EU - until October at least - that covers us too.

Apple Card is set to roll out in the US this summer, offering compatibility with Apple Pay, and the Apple Wallet app.  If you prefer to wave a physical card around during your shopping spree rather than keeping it digital, you can opt for the titanium card because plastic is for peasants.

While there's no indication of an international release date, 9to5Mac reports that its sources have said the card will launch in the US this very week and will be supported by iOS 12.4.

Bonuses of the card include no late fees, international payment fees, annual fees, or over-limit fees, as well as cashback on everything you buy which ranges from 1 per cent to 3 per cent. So if you liked the look of the card when it was announced and want a piece of the action, keep your fingers crossed that it hits out shores before October. [9to5Mac]