SALT LAKE CITY — A new wooden case can protect your Apple Card from color damage. It costs $139, though.
The new Apple Card debuted nationwide to cardholders in August, providing spenders with a chance to earn daily cash rewards for spending on Apple purchases and more.
Apple revealed, though, that the physical Apple Card — which is white, titanium and heavy — can receive blemishes and color marks from leather and jeans, among other things, according to the Associated Press.
Well, Kerf has produced a new case for carrying your Apple Card. It’s made from wood.
Prices range from $39-$139. The cheapest option uses a maple trees, while the more expensive option uses a “Figured Walnut” tree with your own custom image thrown on it, according to The Verge.
According to Kerf, the case “will also work with other credit cards.”
But the Kerf case isn’t alone. for Per 9to5 Mac, there’s a case that’s made of golden titanium that costs $900.
Business is about solving problems, and this week the problem was that your Apple Card will become corrupted by contact with leather and denim. @kerfcase presents: https://t.co/RpyW0G0Shc #applecard#applecardjeans pic.twitter.com/BiNIuMO0vh— Phil Giammattei (@philgiammattei) August 30, 2019
Apple does offer a number of instructions on how to clean the card, including using a microfiber cloth and alcohol, according to the Associated Press.