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Apple Card installment plan coming soon for AirPods, iPads, Macs, says report
Apple will reportedly introduce an interest-free payment plan "in the coming weeks." The company already offers an Apple Card installment plan for the iPhone.
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users will soon be able to buy an
product from the company via interest-free monthly installment payments with the card, says a report.
Apple plans to introduce the new Apple Card service "in the coming weeks," Bloomberg reported Saturday, citing anonymous sources. Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Watch this: Apple Card: 3 months later
For Macs, iPads, iPad keyboards, the
and the Mac XDR Display monitor, Apple will make available a 12-month interest-free payment plan, Bloomberg said. The company will offer another plan -- six months with no interest -- for AirPods,
, according to the news outlet.
Charges will be added to a customer's monthly Apple Card bill, with payments managed via the Apple Card section in the iPhone's Wallet app, Bloomberg said.