Apple could be one step closer to launching Apple Card and Apple Cash in Canada, as the company saw trademark filings for the two payments products approved by regional authorities in January.
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office approved Apple’s applications for Apple Card and Apple Cash on Jan. 25, paving the way for a potential launch in the country, iPhone in Canada reports. Apple first filed for the trademarks in July 2019.Developed in partnership with Goldman Sachs, Apple Card is a branded credit card backed by Goldman and operated within the Mastercard network. Along with unique account tracking tools, cashback benefits and a titanium physical card, Apple Card features tight integration with Apple Pay and the Wallet app. Cardholders also enjoy interest-free financing on a number of Apple products.