Problems With Your Apple Card Today? Apple Has Confirmed Ongoing Issues
If you have been experiencing issues with paying off or managing your Apple Card today, you are not alone, as Apple has confirmed ongoing issues.
“Some users may not be able to apply for Apple Card, pay their bill, lock/unlock their physical card, request a new or replacement physical card, or request a new card number,” reads a notice posted on Apple’s system status page.
The issues began within the past few hours and affect only some cardholders. We’ll update this story when Apple indicates the issues have been resolved.
Looks like there’s issues paying #AppleCard @MacRumors @9to5mac. My payment errored twice but I received a receipt for my Apple Cash withdraw. The money is gone from my Apple Cash but hasn’t been applied to the card. Also no clue if my bank draft went through or not. What a mess. pic.twitter.com/jrm75Mubrb
— Zach Morris-Dean (@zrdean) October 1, 2021
iPhone 12 Colors: Deciding on The Right Color
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro arrived in October 2020 in a range of color options, with entirely new hues available on both devices, as well as some popular classics. The 12 and 12 Pro have different color choices, so if you have your heart set on a particular shade, you might not be able to get your preferred model in that color.
iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12
The iPhone 12 mini and iPhone…
Phil Schiller Says iPhone Was ‘Earth-Shattering’ Ten Years Ago and Remains ‘Unmatched’ Today
To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller sat down with tech journalist Steven Levy for a wide-ranging interview about the smartphone’s past, present, and future.
The report first reflects upon the iPhone’s lack of support for third-party apps in its first year. The argument inside Apple was split between whether the iPhone should be a closed…
Full iPhone 13 Feature Breakdown: Everything Rumors Say We Can Expect
With the launch of Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup believed to be just a few weeks away, we have compiled all of the coherent rumors from our coverage over the past year to build a full picture of the features and upgrades coming to the company’s new smartphones.
For clarity, only explicit improvements, upgrades, and new features compared to the iPhone 12 lineup are listed. It is worth noting that…
YouTube Premium and Music Surpass 50 Million Subscribers
YouTube says it has passed 50 million subscribers for its Premium and Music subscriptions, making it the “fastest growing music subscription” service in the world, according to YouTube’s global head of music, Lyor Cohen. YouTube says that it has more than 50 million paying subscribers collectively across YouTube Premium and YouTube Music. The Google-owned service says it attributes this…
AirTag Owners Bemoan Inability to Let Others Track Their Items Via Family Sharing
Apple’s new AirTag item trackers have been making their way into the hands of customers since Friday, and while the company has tried to describe the ways that they can be used to find lost items, many users are still surprised and disappointed to learn that the location of an AirTag can’t be shared with other family members.
On the face of it, sharing the location of an AirTag via Apple’s…
Serif Updates Affinity Photo, Designer, and Publisher With New Tools and Functions
Serif today announced across-the-board updates for its popular suite of Affinity creative apps, including Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer, and the Apple award-winning Affinity Publisher for Mac, all of which were among the first professional creative suites to be optimized for Apple’s new M1 chip. “After another year which saw record numbers of people switching to Affinity, it’s exciting to…
Apple Releases Safari 14.1.2 Update for macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave
Apple today released a new Safari 14.1.2 update that’s available for macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave users.
The update likely includes important security fixes, but Apple has yet to outline what these fixes might be.
New Safari updates are normally introduced alongside new macOS updates for the current version of macOS and security updates for older versions of macOS, but the Safari…
YouTube Discontinuing 3rd-Generation Apple TV App, AirPlay Still Available
YouTube is planning to stop supporting its YouTube app on the third-generation Apple TV models, where YouTube has long been available as a channel option.
A 9to5Mac reader received a message about the upcoming app discontinuation, which is set to take place in March.Starting early March, the YouTube app will no longer be available on Apple TV (3rd generation). You can still watch YouTube on…