Apple Card inched a little bit closer to its public launch today with the unveiling of a new website that walks users through the sign-up process.
The new wallet.Apple.com provides details on the application process as well as offers visitors the option to get notified when Apple Card launches. Tim Cook revealed during the company’s earnings report last week that the launch is slated for sometime in August.
Once you get your invitation to the Apple Card preview, you can go to the Wallet app on your iPhone to sign up. Once Apple Card is live, all you have to do is tap the “+” in the upper right corner of the Wallet app, then choose Apple Card, fill in your personal information and then accept the rate Goldman Sachs offers you.
The new Apple Card site has a video tutorial detailing how the onboarding process works and it looks dead simple.
Apple Card will only be available in the US to people that are at least 18 years of age or older. You’ll need an iPhone 5s or newer to use the card on your iPhone. There’s also a titanium physical card you can use when you’re at a store that doesn’t accept Apple Pay.
Full details of Apple card will be made available later this month. We just got word last week that Apple Card holders will be able to make big purchases and then pay the balance off over time without extra interest being added. Apple Card aims to be one of the most consumer-friendly credit cards ever with no annual fees, cash back on purchases made with Apple Pay and an easy-to-use UI that helps you track your spending.