If you wanted to buy yourself or someone you loved an Apple gift card, it used to be a bit complicated. Apple offered two separate gift cards: an iTunes card, which you could use for purchases on the App Store, iTunes Store, and / or to increase your iCloud storage; and an Apple Store card, which was used on purchases made at the company’s retail or online stores. But now, Apple has merged the two gift cards into a single gift card called “Everything Apple.”
Spotted by MacRumors, Everything Apple is a new single gift card available in the US and used to buy anything Apple-related. Apple has launched a dedicated page on its website, noting that Everything Apple can be used to buy any of its products, from games on Apple Arcade to purchases at its retail store.
Everything Apple is exclusive to the US
Everything Apple also has a new design — a white card with a colored Apple logo at the center. In total, there are eight designs for the digital card and five for the physical version. As with its previous cards, Apple allows you to choose the amount you want to add to the card.
Everything Apple’s webpage notes that both the Apple Store card and the App Store and iTunes card will continue to be valid as forms of payment, but the latter can now be used to purchase items from the Apple Store in addition to its previous functions. However, Apple appears to have removed the option to buy the older cards from its website.
Currently, Everything Apple is exclusive to the US, and Apple has not said if or when it will offer the card to other countries.