Apple brings Connected Cards to the UK

Apple announced Connected Cards with the arrival of iOS 17, and now the United Kingdom is the first country where the feature is officially available after several weeks of beta testing.

The service essentially brings regular bank accounts into the Apple Wallet through the country’s Open Banking API. The initial trial included Barclays, Lloyds, and HSBC, and it shows transactions, current balance and other basic info.

Connected Cards allows users to nominate one or more cards that are associated with specific accounts in British banks. A similar system is expected to come to the…

​ Apple announced Connected Cards with the arrival of iOS 17, and now the United Kingdom is the first country where the feature is officially available after several weeks of beta testing.

The service essentially brings regular bank accounts into the Apple Wallet through the country’s Open Banking API. The initial trial included Barclays, Lloyds, and HSBC, and it shows transactions, current balance and other basic info.

Connected Cards allows users to nominate one or more cards that are associated with specific accounts in British banks. A similar system is expected to come to the…   Read More GSMArena.com – Latest articles 

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