Analyst: Apple/Goldman Sachs credit card plan would be ‘interesting, not groundbreaking’

Analyst: Apple/Goldman Sachs credit card plan would be ‘interesting, not groundbreaking’

Apple and Goldman Sachs Group plan to start issuing this spring a joint credit card paired with new iPhone features that will help users manage their money, according to The Wall Street Journal. Ted Rossman, an industry analyst at CreditCards.com, thinks it will be “interesting, but not groundbreaking.”

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AWT News Update: November 18, 2015

AWT News Update: November 18, 2015

There's all sorts of fun Apple-related news for you today. Let's take a look:

  • Sprint rolls out LTE Plus to 77 markets, could make those iPhone 6s/6s Plus phones ultra-speedy
  • Microsoft's Bing for iPhone has also received a speed boost, often answering questions before you're done asking them
  • Apple seems to be banning non-HomeKit home automation products from the real and online Apple Stores
  • Tweetbot for Mac just got all sorts of El Capitan love
  • Goldman Sachs thinks Apple's services revenues will skyrocket
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