Apple's new Apple Card credit card doesn't have any hidden fees or late-payment charges

AppleAt its event on Monday, Apple announced its first physical credit card.
  • At its event on Monday, Apple announced its first physical credit card.
  • The company said the Apple Card wouldn’t have any international fees or over-limit fees and, perhaps most notably, there wouldn’t be fees for missing a payment.
  • The credit card also touts a rewards program called Daily Cash, where cardholders get 2% cash back when using Apple Pay and 3% when buying directly from Apple.

When Apple’s first physical credit card launches this summer, it will come standard with something people love: no hidden or annoying fees.

The Apple Card, announced onstage at Apple’s March event on Monday, will have no international fees or over-limit fees, and, perhaps most notably, no fees for missing a payment, Apple said.

The white titanium credit card – which has no number or security code – also touts a rewards program called Daily Cash, where cardholders get 2% cash back when using Apple Pay and 3% on purchases made via the App Store or iTunes, or other direct-from-Apple buys.

Apple CardDave Smith/Business InsiderThe company said the Apple Card wouldn’t have any international fees or over-limit fees.

The physical cards will come in handy at merchants that don’t accept Apple Pay via an iPhone.

Read more: Apple has unveiled its new credit card with Goldman Sachs – here are the details

Though the lack of late fees will likely save some cardholders the headache and financial hit from forgetting to pay their bill, Ted Rossman, an industry analyst at CreditCards.com, said he was unimpressed with the benefits that the Apple Card offers.

“Frankly, I’m underwhelmed,” Rossman said. “People will sign up for it, but that will be mostly because they love Apple, not because this card is better than anything that already exists. For example, Citi Double Cash is a very simple, easy-to-use, 2%-cash-back card. And that’s on everything (not just Apple Pay purchases).”

Now tell us what you think!

Business Insider Emails & Alerts

Site highlights each day to your inbox.

Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.