iPhone 11 Pro Apple iPhone Payments = Apple Card ??

A.Jai

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Dec 2, 2008
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If you choose Apple iPhone Payments is that the same as applying for the Apple Card? I assumed this was true until I started doing the pre-approval process and they asked for a credit card for Citizen One to charge. I thought Citizen One was just for the Upgrade Program. Now I'm confused.
 

dave006

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Jul 3, 2008
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So is the statement under the choice just a suggestion then? "Use Apple Card as your monthly payment method and get 3% Daily Cash"
It means that if you use the Apple Card to make your payments then you qualify for the 3% Daily. If you don't use the Apple card then you don't get this 3% Daily Cashback but you would get the benefits of your other credit card.

Dave
 
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Shadowbech

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So is the statement under the choice just a suggestion then? "Use Apple Card as your monthly payment method and get 3% Daily Cash"
That verbiage just means that if you use your Apple Card to make the payments you get 3% daily cash. You need apply separately for the Apple Card which you can do on your Apple Wallet.
 

lsh

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Is anyone using Apple card for IUP payments with Citizen? I’m getting payment failed invalid card email messages but it worked last month.
 
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ZipZap

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Is anyone using Apple card for IUP payments with Citizen? I’m getting payment failed invalid card email messages but it worked last month.
Yes, with the latest upgrade. I don't know if they have actually charged it yet.