Apple Card is coming this summer, and we expect the new credit card from Apple to be supported in iOS 12.4. Apple hasn’t been more specific about the exact launch date for US customers, but the company has been releasing developer beta versions of iOS 12.4 without Apple Card included for several weeks.

Apple is releasing the seventh developer beta version of the upcoming software update today, one week since beta 6 reached developers. We’ve also heard from multiple anonymous sources that Apple Card would launch this week, but it’s unclear if that will happen based on the beta release.

watchOS 5.3 beta 6 for Apple Watch is also out today. The watch software update may restore the Walkie-Talkie feature and include Apple Card support when it’s released. Apple released macOS Mojave 10.14.6 beta 5 yesterday.

Apple is also running major developer and public beta versions of the iOS 13 software update coming to iPhones later this fall. Apple typically releases major iPhone software updates in September which should leave us with a July or August release for Apple Card.

Bloomberg reported last month that Apple has expanded internal Apple Card testing to include retail employees, vastly growing the test group beyond corporate staff. Apple is also running a developer beta version of watchOS 5.3 (beta 5 is out today) which will likely also work with Apple Card in the Wallet app.

Curious what Apple’s other software versions will do for your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac? Catch up on 9to5Mac’s coverage below:

For more on what’s coming with Apple Card, check out our Apple Card Guide and our latest roundup.

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