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I'd prefer combined, monthly charge from Apple that includes all my purchases (Netflix, Hulu, Apple Music, iCloud storage, iTunes purchases, etc.) instead of a dozen different charges on different days of the month. The 99 cents for this, 99 cents for that, 3.99 for this, 9.99 for that, 1.29 for this, 1.99 for that all on different days routine is annoying.
coolfactor said:If the car's electrical system can handle this, they should just install a standard outlet into every car.
The new Ford Explorer has a USB-C port.
The 2019 Ram 1500 offers USB-C ports.
Several 2019 and 2020 Nissan models have USB-C ports as do the BMW X1 and X2. Mercedes, too.
There are probably other manufacturers on board, but these are a few examples.
mikethemartian said:rob bonner said:Not trying to be negative on this, really asking. Why would anyone want this card? The rate is pretty high, the integrations are interesting but don't really add that much value IMO, and I can use Apple Pay with my existing card. What is the draw?
I crave most things Apple, but my existing bank credit card pays 2% cash back on all purchases. The Apple Card only pays 2% when using Apple Pay.
The Apple Card pays 3% on purchases made from Apple, but Apple charges me 8.25% sales tax. I buy most of my gear from Apple Authorized Resellers that don't charge me sales tax and often sell for less than Apple.