iOS 13 Beta 5 Apple Card Release Date, iPad and MacBook Pro Rumors
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iOS 13 Beta 5 Apple Card Release Date iPad and MacBook Pro Rumors

iOS 13 Beta 5 Apple Card Release Date iPad and MacBook Pro Rumors

We’re undoubtedly only a little over a month away from Apple’s big September event, and the company is continuing to make headway on polishing up its next major operating system versions. This week saw a fresh round of betas with some more tweaks and improvements, and we expect things should begin firming up soon as Apple finalizes things and focuses on squashing any final bugs.

 

This week also saw official word that Apple Card will launch this month as well as rumors about a 16-inch MacBook Pro, a 10.2-inch iPad, and the 2020 iPhone lineup, while Apple began selling an updated version of LG’s 27-inch 5K display. Read on for all of the details on those stories and more.

iOS 13 Beta 5 is Out: Here’s What’s New!

iOS 13 Beta 5 Apple Card Release Date, iPad and MacBook Pro Rumors

iOS 13 Beta 5 Apple Card Release Date iPad and MacBook Pro Rumors
Another week, another iOS 13 beta release! The latest beta for developers and public testers includes a handful of new features, changes, and bug fixes. We’ve rounded up everything new, including a customization iPad home screen, more precise volume control, and more.

Apple also seeded the fifth betas of mac OS Catalina, watch-OS 6, and tv OS 13 to developers for testing, and there’s a macOS Mojave Supplemental Update out that addresses a wake-from-sleep bug.

Tim Cook Confirms Apple Card Will Launch in August
Speaking on Apple’s earnings call this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the Apple Card will launch in the United States at some point in August.



 

iPhone users will be able to sign up for Apple’s credit card in the Wallet app within minutes and take advantage of features such as up to 3% in daily cash back, color-coded spending summaries, and no fees. It appears there will be a dedicated iPad app for managing Apple Card, as Apple’s tablet lacks the centralized Wallet app where the card will be managed on iPhone.

There will also be a physical, titanium Apple Card for use at stores that do not accept contact less payments like Apple Pay. Finally, Apple’s partner for Apple Card, Goldman Sachs, has posted the complete customer agreement with full details on how the card will work, so a launch certainly appears imminent.

iOS 13 Beta 5 Apple Card Release Date iPad and MacBook Pro Rumors
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