Apple's new Apple Card credit card doesn't have any hidden fees or late-payment charges
- 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 programme 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 later this year, it'll come standard with something people love: no hidden or annoying fees.
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.
It has not yet been confirmed whether the Apple Card will be available in South Africa.
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