Apple wants to help you buy stuff - namely, stuff you can't currently afford. Users can ask for the BNPL option by applying within the Wallet app. #shorts #apple #tech
So is it just a non fdic protected credit program?
aka the loan creating a debt and debit card. Also no such thing as a soft pull.
the bank of apple
Dont give a monopoly direct access to your finances 💀
"Perhaps I can help." With more debt, he's going to help you accruing more debt. 🤨
“Randomly select” it’s the people who have an Apple Card already and even at the the ones who had it for a while (I have Apple Pay later, it’s like a second Apple Card 💀)
It’s interesting to see how corporate America keeps changing its angles and hoping all us Gen Z’ers choose to spare them 😂
We won’t be but it’s a cute effort
I have pay later and I haven't even been able to use it :(
PayPal monzo who needs apple ?
Maybe if u didnt waste £1000+ on a iphone u could buy the spam 💀
apple be like: we made this round thin connected with a rod, its not called a wheel, its called a "rotatorium"
it cots 5x more and better yet: it dosent work
I'm not the biggest fan of Apple, but damn. Not committing the sin of Usury is probably one of the most brave things I've seen a modern company do...
People should just stop worrying and use the feature!
If you’re having to straight up finance your groceries…you’ve got problems.
What happen if you miss payment
How is the Washington Post this funny and informative?! What's going on?! And how is it that apple is not charging interest? That sounds sus. Curious, but skeptical.
BNPL is soo close to being called Apple BAPL
Basicaly klarna, gonna try the bnpl from apple this week, tbh im expecting nothing different from klarna other than the 1k limit