Goldman Sachs has published its Apple Card customer agreement online [PDF] ahead of the official launch of the service this month, offering an insight into the terms customers will need to agree to prior to applying to join the service.
Most of the details included within the agreement have already been shared by Apple, but the document offers official confirmation on the policies, interest rates, interest charges and terms linked to the forthcoming digital service.
The agreement notes how users must have an Apple ID with two-factor authentication turned on to use Apple Card, and that jailbreaking is expressly forbidden, warning any Apple Card owner who jailbreaks their device could see their Apple Card account closed.
If you make unauthorized modifications to your Eligible Device, such as by disabling hardware or software controls (for example, through a process sometimes referred to as “jailbreaking”), your Eligible Device may no longer be eligible to access or manage your Account. You acknowledge that use of a modified Eligible Device in connection with your Account is expressly prohibited, constitutes a violation of this Agreement, and could result in our denying or limiting your access to or closing your Account as well as any other remedies available to us under this Agreement.
You can read the full Apple Card customer agreement online.– Apple has confirmed that Apple Card will rollout in the United States this month, and reports suggest Apple could soon release a new Apple Card app for iPad, allowing users who don’t have an iPhone to sign up to the service.