Apple Card, Apple's push into the credit card industry, is scheduled to launch this summer. There is not yet an exact date when you can file an application or when iOS supports it, but it will soon be ready. Apple has just released the iOS 12.4 developer and the public Beta 7, which means we're almost there, as iOS 12.4 is mainly intended to add Apple Card support for the iPhone.
The new credit card is issued by Goldman Sachs and has APRs ranging from 13.24% to 24.24% based on "Daily Cash" credit for purchases. So far, it has only been tested by Apple employees and retail staff. And rumor has it that it could be released very soon by the end of this week, but these are just rumors why Apple Card is scheduled for next week or even later.
Apart from the support for Apple Cards, the release on July 1
The Release Notes for iOS 12.4 Beta 7 are not yet available, but they could probably look the same as the Release Notes for Beta 6 (see below).  Overview
- The iOS 12.2 SDK supports the development of iOS apps for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch devices running iOS 12.4. The SDK ships with Xcode 10.2.1, available on the Mac App Store. For Xcode 10.2.1 compatibility requirements, see the Release Notes for Xcode 10.2.1.
Tools – Resolved Issues
- Fixed an issue where running an app in iOS 12.2 or later under the "leaks" tool resulted in random numbers of false-positive leaks for each leak check after the first in a given run , This problem may still occur in simulator or macOS apps if you are using Xcode 10.2 or later instruments. (48549361)
To download your iPhone and upgrade to iOS 12.4 Beta 7, you must be a developer or public beta tester with a valid configuration profile. If you have iOS 12 "Automatic Updates" turned on, you can have the software updated overnight. If you want to continue the installation now, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update -> Download and Install and follow the instructions.