Apple Card, backed by Goldman Sachs, has been announced as the number one for customer satisfaction in the Midsized Credit Card segment of the latest J.D. Power rankings.
The win comes just two years after Apple Card launched — a credit card that's currently only available in the United States. Apple made the announcement via press release today.
Apple Card, created by Apple, is the only card issued by Goldman Sachs, which ranked highest among the Midsize Credit Card segment in the J.D. Power 2021 U.S. Credit Card Satisfaction StudySM and received a chart-topping score of 864.1 Apple Card and issuer Goldman Sachs also ranked highest in the Midsize Credit Card segment across all of the surveyed categories, including interaction, credit card terms, communication, benefits and services, rewards, and key moments.
Apple Card has proven popular for a variety of reasons, not least its integration within the Wallet app on iPhones. Users can see all kinds of information about their card and spending while also earning Dialy Cash rewards based on their spending.
Apple Card disrupted the credit card industry when it launched in 2019 as the first credit card designed for iPhone. Built with customers' financial health in mind, Apple Card is a no-fee credit card that provides customers with a secure and seamless way to manage their finances right from Apple Wallet on iPhone. Apple Card also offers Daily Cash rewards when customers spend online or in-store, including 3 percent Daily Cash back on purchases made directly with Apple and select merchants with Apple Pay, and 2 percent on purchases through Apple Pay.
Apple continues to expand Apple Card, announcing earlier this year that Apple Card Family would allow a family group to share a single card.
As is always the case with credit cards, users should choose the best one for their circumstances. Matching multiple cards can often be a good idea — check out our list of the best credit cards to pair with Apple Card as an example.
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