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Apple Card's titanium design is now taking it a step further by creating a gold and titanium Apple Card wallet

(Tech) Apple Card's titanium design may already seem fancy but a luxury case designer is now taking it a step further by creating a gold and titanium Apple Card wallet. The accessory will set you back £786 but there are two other versions that don't contain gold, which cost £393 and £589 each.



Luxury brand Gray decided to design the Vandium range of slim and minimalist titanium wallets soon after Apple Card was announced. 

Apple Card is largely a virtual credit card that depends on the Apple Pay app on iPhones but a physical card is also given to customers so they can use it in locations that do not accept Apple Pay.

The credit card has no annual, late, international or over-the-limit fees, and has interest rates varying between roughly 13% and 24% APR. Apple Card will use machine learning and Apple Maps to label your transactions, colour coding them into categories.

Apple Card is coming to the US this summer but hasn't been launched in the UK yet. Gray claims that it has purposefully created the most luxurious accessory you can get for the credit card.

The luxury wallets are made from aerospace grade titanium and carbon fibre and can fit up to 15 cards inside. The gold version is limited to 50 pieces world wide so fans will have to be quick if they want one.

Gray's accessory might seem ludicrously expensive but just last week Apple was branded criminal for launching a £999 stand for a computer screen.


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