They always say read the fine print before you sign your name on the dotted line.
Apple announced a new credit card issued in conjunction with Goldman Sachs at a launch event at its campus on Monday.
Apple is promoting it as a simpler credit card, with no fees, powerful integration with iPhone spending tools and attractive rewards when customers use Apple Pay, Apple's digital wallet.
While Apple's card won't have any printed numbers on it, increasing security, that's not the most common kind of credit card scam.
Apple's new credit card will have a wide range of APR rates, suggesting that it could be available even to people with fair or middling credit.