Apple individual users in Canada can no longer finance products

This is news that comes from the middle MacRumors and that certainly leaves us a bit surprised, since private users in the country they will not be able to finance their products as they have been doing to date. This is one of those news that we hope will not be repeated in other countries since this would directly affect millions of users who depend on these financial companies -usually unrelated to Apple- to buy their products, be it a Mac, an iPhone or a iPad.

In this case it is a somewhat strange movement since all users have access to the products as long as they pass the filters to receive the credit, in our country the one in charge of putting the money is Cetelem, in exchange it is yes of some interest. Logically, if the user agrees with the commissions and the bank believes that the person is solvent, everyone wins. In this case the Canadian online store has stopped offering this option to individuals and is only available to students.

Could Apple add its own financial on purchases from individuals? We do not believe that this is the reason. It is not entirely clear what will happen now and especially if those from Cupertino will adopt these measures in the rest of the countries in which they sell their products. In this case TD Canada Trust offered private users in Canada the payment of installments in three times without interest and this is not usual in other countries since interest is paid for the borrowed money, in any case we will continue to pay attention to this news .


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