In response to the continued coronavirus outbreak, Apple and Goldman Sachs are allowing customers to skip their Apple Card payments without incurring interest charges. Apple Card holders should receive an email announcing this “Customer Assistance Program.” Update #1 4/1: Apple and Goldman Sachs are also now allowing Apple Card customers to defer their April payment
In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Apple Card customers can now defer their payments through June without any penalties.
Apple Card's COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program has been extended by another month, allowing cardholders who enroll in the program to defer their June payment without incurring any interest charges, as noted by 9to5Mac.
Walgreens has supported Apple’s payment efforts for many years, dating back to being one of the first adopters of Apple Pay. Now Apple and Walgreens are offering a $50 signup bonus for new Apple Card users through the end of June.
Apple is readying to launch new Apple Card monthly payment plans, similar to what it introduced at the end of 2019 for iPhone. On the last quarterly earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook teased that the program would expand to other products soon.
Apple plans to debut interest-free payment plan options for customers who purchase iPads, AirPods, Macs, and more using Apple Card, allowing them to pay for purchases over several months.
One measure Apple has taken to help with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic is allowing Apple Card customers to skip their payments with no penalty or interest. However, the offer isn’t automatic, read on for how to get it set up for your account.
The offering will let customers buy a product through Apple and split up the cost over several months with interest-free payments.
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The Apple Card already has perks if you’re buying from Apple itself, but the company is apparently willing to further sweeten those incentives. Bloomberg sources say Apple is planning a Card feature that will let you buy “many” products (not just the