Apple Card Webpage Gets Sleek New Redesign and New Financial Health Section


Apple has revamped the Apple Card section of its website over the past 24 hours, bringing a sleek new look and aligning the section with the rest of Apple’s website.

The redesign spotted for the first time by Reddit user Austin_Aaron_Conlon, brings a whole new look with fresh texts, updated images, and Apple’s usual new tile design that it has already debuted on other parts of its website. You can see the old site below and how it contrasts with the new layout (above).

Apple also appears to have added a new section on the Apple Card website dedicated to financial health.

As mentioned, the new Apple Card page has been revamped with all new images and dynamic text, and the page emphasizes some of the key features of Apple Card, including its synergy with the iPhone, lack of fees, reimbursement, etc. Apple has also updated the introductory text on its page, which now reads:

Apple’s simplicity. In a credit card.

With Apple Card, we’ve completely reinvented the credit card. Your information lives on your iPhone, beautifully presented and easy to understand. We’ve eliminated fees and designed tools to help you pay less interest.1 Advanced technologies like Face ID, Touch ID, and Apple Pay give you a new level of privacy and security. And with every purchase, you get daily cash back. Which contributes to a healthier financial life. Apple card. It’s everything a credit card should be.

As mentioned, Apple also added a new Financial Health page on its Apple Card website, which states:

The world of credit – cards, scores, reports, apps, interest – is complex. That’s why, when we created Apple Card, we seized every opportunity to simplify and educate. So it’s clear how credit card processes work, how Apple Card uses your information, and how you can stay on top of it all.

The page contains an explanation of transaction data, payments, Goldman Sachs, credit scores, adjusting and setting credit limits and good financial habits.

Earlier this month, Apple extended payment deferrals for Apple Card customers who may have difficulty making payments, due to financial pressures caused by the global pandemic.

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