As you know, the financial institution Goldman Sachs made a large investment by partnering with Apple in the marketing of its new Apple credit card. But this card is not available yet.
However, the Apple Card is in the testing phase. And some lucky Goldman Sachs employees have already been able to use it in their payments.
It's in beta right now, there are some Goldman Sachs employees and some Apple employees who are already using the card - David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs.
David said during the Recode Code conference and wanted to share his opinion on Apple's credit card. Solomon mentioned that he is one of the first Apple Card users and that he loves the way it works and its simplicity:
I'm using the card, I like the way it works. I like the simplicity, the lack of friction when paying bills, see what you've been spending, the ease of use.
According to David Solomon, the feedback from the first users who have tried the credit card during the beta phase is very positive. And it suggests that consumers will have a lot of interest in Apple Card when it launches from this summer.
The Apple Card will debut this summer and will offer consumers a wide range of advantages such as a small percentage of economic incentives, without commissions, international charges, or spending limits. In addition, many of its features can be managed from various applications on your iPhone such as iMessage or Wallet.
There is no exact date, but what is clear is that it will not reach all countries. At the moment the credit card will be limited to US users and perhaps over time to can make its debut to more countries. However, being a product so closely related to the economic legislation of each country, it will be very difficult for it to advance outside the United States. Much more than Apple Pay.