Apple Online Store adds new one-click Apple Card checkout option

Starting today, Apple Online Store customers can use a new one-click checkout option with their Apple Card instead of the existing regular credit / debit card, Apple Pay, and PayPal options.

Created by Apple and designed for iPhone, Apple Card brings together Apple’s hardware, software and services to transform the entire credit card experience.
Created by Apple and designed for iPhone, Apple Card brings together Apple’s hardware, software and services to transform the entire credit card experience.

Filipe Espósito for 9to5Mac:

If you have an Apple Card, you can now simply choose the Apple Card option from the Apple Online Store to complete the purchase.

While in theory Apple may argue that this option will simplify the checkout process, the addition of a dedicated Apple Card button is likely a marketing decision.

Users were already able to select Apple Card with just a few extra steps through the Apple Pay option, so this will not radically change the ordering process.

MacDailyNews Take: Anything that make it even easier to use Apple Card – and get that Daily Cash Back – is a Good Thing™ for both Apple and Apple Card users.

3 Comments

  1. Works great! Just bought a new MacBook Air in one click. Much better solution than having to use the Barclay card. 3% into my iPhone wallet vs. cumbersome email coupons Barclay would send and you could not get them into wallet. Great idea.

  2. The Apple Card is a piece of shit and doesn’t work as designed been having trouble for six months Apple doesn’t even get back to me pathetic. They can shove one click up their ass

  3. I’ve happily used it for a year; never even a single issue or problem. Is your phone/IOS current? Enough memory? I must have made 200-300 purchases and it’s fast and private. No touching flu or virus infected buttons on charge card processors either! It’s been a delightful experience just like my AirPods have.

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