May 22, 2022

Apple Card users get 3% Daily Cash credit for iPhone 13 preorder hiccups

Apple makes up for iPhone 13 preorder issues
The day-one iPhone 13 preorder process was a mess for numerous Apple fans, with online store issues triggering all kinds of headaches. But few suffered more than Apple Card users, who just could not finish their purchases.

Apple Card users who ran into issues while attempting to preorder iPhone 13 last month will receive a credit for the 3% Daily Cash they missed out on. Apple stated in an email to customers that it apologizes for the trouble caused.
To continue getting Daily Cash on future iPhone payments, Apple Card users can alter their regular monthly payment approach through Citizens One.

Apple has actually currently begun using this credit. If youve received yours, you can check the Wallet app on iPhone to find out.
Apple likewise notes that you can continue to get Daily Cash for future iPhone payments by altering your payment technique through Citizens One. Just visit citizensoneloan.com and sign into your account to start.

We apologize for the trouble you experienced and desire to make it up to you. We are providing you a credit for the Daily Cash on the initial payment of your iPhone 13. This will also appear on your October monthly statement.

Most were forced to use another card instead, which implied they were to miss out on the 3% Daily Cash on their initial payment. Apple is making up for that by using a credit to all those who encountered the problem.
In an e-mail to impacted consumers, Apple stated:
You successfully completed your iPhone pre-order with a payment approach aside from Apple Card. We comprehend that your preliminary purchase attempt with Apple Card was decreased and you didnt make 3% Daily Cash.
We say sorry for the inconvenience you experienced and want to make it up to you. We are supplying you a credit for the Daily Cash on the initial payment of your iPhone 13.
Examine the Wallet app.

“We say sorry for the hassle.” Photo: Apple