Apple will officially begin rolling out Apple Card to users across the United States today, with Apple confirming a select group of customers who showed interest in Apple Card by filling out the ‘Notify Me’ form on Apple.com will begin today to receive invites to join the service.
To begin with, Apple Card will be invite-only, and users who receive the invite will be taken to a new webpage – wallet.apple.com – headlined “You’re almost there,” complete with the Apple Card logo in the navigation bar and an image of the Wallet app’s Apple Card interface on an iPhone display.
Before users who receive the invite can sign up for Apple Card, Apple says they must meet the following:
- You are a US citizen or lawful resident at least 18 years of age or older.
- Make sure you’re on the latest version of iOS.
- Applying for Apple Card requires an iPhone that can use Apple Pay.
A full country-wide rollout of the service will happen later this month, according to Apple.