Things We Loved in March: iPads, AirPods, Fitbits, and Pizza Ovens

The latest hardware innovation out of Cupertino isn’t an iPhone or a MacBook. It’s a credit card. Made of titanium, the Apple Card features no card number, no expiration date, no signature, and no three-digit code on the back. The customer’s name is simply printed on the front alongside a security chip. Apple doesn’t really want you to use it like a card, though; instead, Apple Card is designed to be used on your phone, just like Apple Pay. You also get cash back on any transaction made with Apple Pay. Read the story.
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