- Did you get that fancy Apple Card in the mail?
If your precious does mistakenly come in contact with a contaminant, gently wipe it with a soft, slightly damp (preferably with isopropyl alcohol), lint-free microfiber cloth (one of which anyone who is anyone carries at all times).
Alongside Tuesday's wide release of Apple Card, Cupertino shared instructions on how to protect and maintain the alabaster charge plate. It was previously available for application via invitation only.
That means the physical Apple Card has no number displayed on its matte surface, which the company has touted as an extra layer of security.
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Additionally, Apple says its best to avoid mingling the card with traditional currency or everyday objects like the keys to your vehicle, to avoid any unsightly blemishes.
For starters, Apple says that you should not store the Apple Card - which is made of titanium - in a leather wallet.
Finally-and this just feels like common sense-don't store your Apple Card near magnets that will probably desensitize the magnetic strip. Apple also recommends not placing the card in your pocket or a bag that contains loose change, keys or other abrasive objects. But the page also reveals something surprising: keeping your card in a leather wallet or jeans pocket is a really bad idea.
"Don't use window or household cleaners, compressed air, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, or abrasives to clean your titanium Apple Card", the website reads. On top of that, Apple's credit card doesn't seem out of the ordinary or it doesn't provide huge bonuses that are worth the effort.
Apple Card is now available for all United States customers and while it comes with a lot of features, it also has a dedicated set of care instructions. Apple is merely anxious you might scratch that deluxe white coating - and, oh God, what a tragedy that would be!