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Apple may start selling almost all of its most popular products in a monthly payment plan, and it would be its latest effort to keep you hooked on its ecosystem


1 in 10 card transactions could be done with Apple Pay by 2025, providing Apple a revenue boost amid iPhone sales slump


You can't use Apple Pay on your Amazon account, but you can use your Apple Card — here's how



Apple is launching a new feature for the Apple Card that addresses one of its biggest drawbacks


Goldman Sachs stresses that it decides who gets an Apple Card — after Apple's snub that it was 'created by Apple, not a bank'


The 27 biggest tech scandals of 2019



Apple just launched a new way to buy an iPhone in monthly payments, and it says a lot about its master plan for the Apple Card


It looks like Apple AirPods are super popular and shipments are expected to double to 60 million


'There's no gender bias': Goldman's CEO pushes back on criticism of the Apple Card


The 11 best credit cards to earn points and cash back on rideshares like Uber and Lyft


Lawmakers have turned their fire on Goldman Sachs over the Apple Card and say the bank needs to explain its algorithm


Goldman Sachs will let people appeal their Apple Card credit limit after allegations of sexist algorithms



Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak says Apple Card offered his wife a lower credit limit


After more than 2 months with the Apple Card, I've never felt more attached to my iPhone


The Apple Card has changed the way I look at spending money and helped me in my ongoing effort to stay debt-free


Apple and Goldman Sachs are being picky about who gets an Apple Card



Goldman Sachs reportedly spent $300 million developing the Apple Card — then Apple boasted it was 'Created by Apple, not a bank.'


I spent a few days using the Apple Card, and the design is easily its best feature


Does it make sense to get the Apple Card if you already have a rewards credit card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve?


Apple has been accused of acting like a monopoly — and new investigation into its App Store only gives its critics more ammo to make their case