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Apple and Goldman Sachs plan to start issuing a joint credit card in the spring, which will be paired with special money management features in the Wallet app (Benjamin Mayo/9to5Mac)

[2019-02-21 12:31:56]

Benjamin Mayo / 9to5Mac: Apple and Goldman Sachs plan to start issuing a joint credit card in the spring, which will be paired with special money management features in the Wallet app  —  Apple and Goldman Sachs are readying a joint credit card, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Apple and Goldman Sachs plan to start issuing a joint credit card in the spring, which will be paired with special money management features in the Wallet app (Benjamin Mayo/9to5Mac)


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