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Topic: Apple Card

Apple services & Apple Card 'too late to the game,' HSBC downgrades stock

04/10/2019, 07:04 am

Apple's launches of its streaming video service Apple TV+ and other additions to the company's Services business won't offer as much of a gain as investors think, according to HSBC, with the iPhone maker arriving "too late" to make a major impact in any of the industries it is entering with its new offerings.

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Comparing the iPhone camera, Apple's 'Underdogs,' Apple Card envy, and more on the AppleInsider Podcast

04/05/2019, 08:04 am

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, guest Vlad Savov joins Victor to talk about smartphone cameras, the immediate desire for Apple Card, and what's wrong with glorifying being overworked.

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Apple Card may reap $1.5 billion, be in top 10 card issuers by 2024

04/04/2019, 03:04 pm

Apple Card may reap $1.5 billion in revenue and be in top 10 card issuers by 2024, resulting in a windfall not just for Goldman Sachs, but for the iPhone manufacturer as well, an HSBC analyst said in a Thursday memo.

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How the Apple Card will assist in managing your finances

04/04/2019, 02:04 pm

Whenever you open your Wallet app to buy something with Apple Card, you get a huge amount of detail about all your spending -- plus controls for managing it. As much as the increased security, this is why you should get Apple Card.

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Apple Card will be the most secure credit card ever, and here's why

04/02/2019, 11:04 am

With the introduction of Apple Card, Apple will bring its security and privacy technology to the credit card industry. From when you apply to when you buy anything, Apple owns the whole process. That's going to protect us from fraud -- and also from ourselves if we misplace the card.

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Apple Card: Best and worst features of Apple's credit solution

04/01/2019, 01:04 pm

Apple Card has yet to launch, but we already have a solid idea on what it will offer to the user. Here are AppleInsider's favorite, and least favorite features about the upcoming credit solution.

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Apple's services event receives rocky reception from industry and critics

03/30/2019, 08:03 am

Much of the criticism of Apple's event was focused on how it actually told us very little. Yet even with a "charm-and-dazzle" show, there was enough to get critics and analysts examining the good and the bad of what Apple is planning.

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Everything you need to know about how to get and use the Apple Card

03/29/2019, 09:03 am

It's not out yet, but we already know how you can -- and how you should -- use it in practice. Or rather, we know a lot, but there are still significant questions about how you use a card that apparently has no credit card number.

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A public reluctant to use Apple Pay is being enticed by the Apple Card

03/29/2019, 08:03 am

Apple Card is a highly-attractive proposition for existing iPhone owners, and even those users reluctant to use a digital payments service are having second thoughts now that there the Apple Card, suggests a new survey.

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Qualcomm & iPhone bans, the Apple Card, Apple TV on Roku and more on the AppleInsider Podcast

03/29/2019, 07:03 am

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, William and Victor are back to talk about Apple's Arcade, interactive TV and the Apple TV, and to speak on the Qualcomm and iPhone import ban situation.

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Apple Card: no multi-user support, no penalty rates, foreign transactions, more

03/28/2019, 07:03 pm

While Apple News+ and Apple TV+ were the focus of Monday's "It's show time" event, Apple's first foray into the credit industry -- Apple Card -- arguably stole the show. Apple painted the product in broad strokes on stage and in its promotional material, but with a dearth of details, questions about the upcoming service remain.

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Wide spread of Apple's new services & attractiveness to iPhone install base appeal to Morgan Stanley, Bernstein

03/26/2019, 12:03 pm

In contrast with some others, analysts at Bernstein and Morgan Stanley have declared that Apple is in a prime position to leverage its install base, and attract massive amounts of paid subscriptions with Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple TV+.

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Apple Card partner Goldman Sachs says Apple's new video, game & news services will have 'small' impact

03/26/2019, 11:03 am

Analysts from Goldman Sachs and Oppenheimer are expressing skepticism about the services Apple announced on Monday, even though the former is a partner on the Apple Card.

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Apple Services privacy praised, but lack of detail on new offerings confounding analysts

03/26/2019, 10:03 am

More analysts have passed judgment on the new services Apple launched during Monday's "It's show time" event, with Macquarie and UBS both highlighting the relative lack of surprises from what was speculated in the time before the event took place.

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Apple's services bonanza 'sizzle, but little steak' at launch, needs more details says analysts

03/26/2019, 08:03 am

Analysts have started to issue their verdict on Monday's Apple event, with JP Morgan and Cowen believing the new offerings are generally a positive thing for the iPhone maker's Services business, but at the same time suggesting Apple could have gone a lot further in detailing what to expect with Apple TV+.

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Apple Pay Cash disallowing person-to-person credit card payments

03/26/2019, 07:03 am

Effective immediately, Apple Pay Cash in iOS 12.2 and watchOS 5.2 will not allow sending person to person funded by credit cards, including the forthcoming Apple Card.

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Apple Card will roll out to additional countries, after US launch

03/26/2019, 07:03 am

Goldman Sachs International's CEO Richard Gnodde said that the Apple Card will see an international release, after an initial, focused deployment in the U.S.

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Apple Card offers simplified and secure Goldman Sachs-backed credit card with daily rewards

03/25/2019, 01:03 pm

Apple has introduced Apple Card, a new payment service that is part of Apple Pay designed to make it easier for customers to use a credit card, taking advantage of the functionality of the iPhone and iOS to make the card easy to acquire, and to use.

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