Apple Credit Card has been released in the United States for some time. Many people are curious about the specific composition of Apple Card Titanium Alloy Card and want to know how much Titanium is in the card. To find out, a reporter from Bloomberg Business Weekly sent his Apple Card card to Hans-Rudolf Wenk, a professor at the University of California (mineralogist), for a survey and finally got the answer.
The professor used Scanning Electron Microscope(SEM)to determine the atomic composition of the AppleCard card, giving about 90%of titanium and aluminum for the rest.
Apple is not the first company to introduce metal credit cards. For example, American Express and Chase have introduced metal cards, but Apple's card quality is undoubtedly the best.
It is worth mentioning that the, Apple Card is another titanium alloy product launched by Apple after the launch of the titanium alloy notebook Titanium PowerBook G4 (nicknamed TiBook, Titanium Ben, which was shut down in 2003) in 2001. Of course, it could also be Apple testing the upcoming titanium alloy shell Apple Watch.