Buy Apple Devices Now, Pay Later with 0% Interest
Very soon Apple fans will get an opportunity to purchase such devices as Mac, iPad, AirPods, the Apple Pencil, and more at a 0% interest payment plan. This weekend, Bloomberg shared the information that Apple Inc. was about to offer a 0% financial option on its Apple Card credit card by Goldman Sachs®.
The new feature will let customers buy the gadget they want now and pay for it during the next few months in small equal parts without overpayments. The launch is expected in the coming weeks.
It is already known that the company will present 2 possible payment plans: with a 12-month and 6-month interest-free periods. The first option is supposed to be available for iPads, Macs, the Apple Pencil, iPad keyboards, and the Mac XDR Display monitors. The second option – for the AirPods, Apple TV, and HomePod.
Since there is no confirmed information from an Apple spokesperson yet, it remains only to speculate how exactly the new monthly installment plans will work. If relying on a similar program for iPhones, launched by Apple last year and designed for 24 months, then the new offer will most likely be available through the Apple Wallet app as well.
Let it be recalled that only US applicants can currently apply for the Apple Card. It is not available in any other countries, though the bank has plans to expand geographical boundaries of the offer. Thus, only customers from the United States will be able to take advantage of the new deal.
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