Since the Apple Card was launched in 2019, many users in overseas countries of the United States have been expecting this product to be available in their country. Now it seems that Canada may become the first country that can use Apple Card overseas in the United States. According to a foreign media iPhone in Canada report, the Canadian government has now applied for two trademarks through Apple, which are used for Apple Card and Apple Cash.
Apple Card is a physical titanium alloy credit card launched by Apple for iPhone users. The card is intended to be used by stores that do not support Apple Pay but support physical cards.
Up to now, Apple Card is still limited to users in the United States. Although Apple also applied for the Apple Card trademark to the Taiwan Intellectual Property Office in July 2019, the trademark has not been approved in Taiwan until January 18 this year.