Apple announced Apple Card Family last month, allowing family members to share Apple Card via iCloud Family Sharing. While the feature isn’t yet live, Apple has already shared a new support document that offers more details on how it will work. There’s good news for those who want to get their own titanium Apple Card, too.

Apple Card’s titanium card is one of the features many people enjoy and it’s a requirement for stores that don’t accept Apple Pay yet. Apple notes that anyone over the age of 18 who is part of Apple Pay Family will be able to get a card of their very own.

In a section titled “What participants can do on a shared Apple Card,” Apple outlined numerous points. Including the titanium card one that people had been wondering about.

If they’re 18 years or older, they can order their own titanium Apple Card

That’s pretty simple, we’d say.

Here’s how Apple describes Apple Card Family as a whole.

Apple Card Family lets you co-own your Apple Card account with one member of your Family Sharing group. You can share your credit lines and build credit together as equals. You can also share your Apple Card with trusted members of your Family Sharing group, including teens and young adults.1 Everyone on the shared account can use Apple Card and track their spending. Account owners and co-owners can track a participant’s activity, set spending limits, and more. And there’s a single monthly bill.

It’s expected that all of this will go live with iOS 14.6 which is currently running its way through the beta process. We don’t expect it to be too long before people are ordering their own titanium cards, thankfully.

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