Apple Pay cards are expected to hit the US in late 2019, with a rollout expected to start later this year.
However, the new cards aren’t quite ready for prime time just yet.
Apple Pay will likely have a limited launch, with only a handful of merchants accepting it before the end of 2019.
However if you want to be among the first to test the cards, you might want to head to your local Apple store.
We recently got a sneak peek at a new Apple Pay app for the iPhone XS Max that will make it easier to use Apple Pay.
In this post, we’ve rounded up our favorite iPhone X-branded products, and we’ve also highlighted some new Apple cards to look forward to in the future.
First up, a little teaser for our full-on review.
Apple’s first ever mobile payment card, the iPhoneXS Max, is one of the most intriguing Apple Pay features.
Its inclusion of NFC and a new display make it a pretty exciting device.
While most people will likely get a hold of a new iPhone X this fall, it’s worth noting that the iPhone 8 Plus will likely launch alongside the iPhone8 and iPhone8 Plus.
While the iPhone 9 Plus is expected to debut later this month, Apple’s next-gen iPhones are expected in the middle of 2019, so we may see the iPhone 10 and iPhone 11 in stores soon.
For those who don’t have the option to buy a new device, Apple offers a few new iPhone models that will allow you to pay with an Apple Pay-enabled device.
The iPhone X (2017) is a premium iPhone designed for the highest end of Apple Pay, featuring a 2.5GHz quad-core CPU, 16GB of onboard storage, a fingerprint reader, and a Lightning connector.
The Apple Watch Series 3 (2018) has a 5.7-inch screen with an LCD display that can display notifications and other content in both portrait and landscape modes.
The Apple Watch Sport (2018), which ships later this fall and is available in gold and silver, is a more affordable alternative to the Apple Watch series.
The new iPhone is a 5-inch iPhone with a Quad-Core processor and a 6-inch OLED display.
The iPhone X is also a 4K smartphone with a 5 megapixel camera and a 12 megapixel rear camera.
The new iPhone features a 5,800mAh battery and is priced at $1,199.
The company is also rolling out a new iOS 9 update that will bring many of the new features and new features like Touch ID, Face ID, Siri, and Apple Pay to Apple Pay users.
The updated iOS 9 will be released sometime in early 2020.
For more information on Apple Pay and Apple products, check out our full iPhone X coverage and Apple Watch and Apple Music coverage.