Apple has excited news for the people of Chicago

Apple will initiate Ventra support in Chicago along with two other cities.

Apple has been the benchmark for creativity and they have proven it once more.

The feature that they will roll out will help the people to commute easily.

This functionality will allow iPhone or Apple watch carriers to board the Chicago Transit bus or the CTA Train Station.

The commuters will be able to pay for the services using the new Ventra app.

Apple have made huge announcements on Monday. They have news related to new Apple TV app, new programming and its own credit card.

Along with Chicago, two more cities will utilize the Ventra app feature. The other cities are Portland and New York City. They will get this facility later in the year.

The departing Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement that the innovation of Apple will help the commuters and will help the overall Transit system.

The Ventra app will allow the iPhone or Apple Watch carriers to board the Chicago Transit Authority or the CTA train station with the click of a button.

Emanuel also said that great things happen when inventive cities join hands with innovative companies.

The Apple Card will be issued by Goldman Sachs in the form of a Mastercard. This card will have many great features.

Apple has assured that there will be privacy of the customers transactions.

The card will also give back in the form of a reward system. There are incentives based upon where you purchase the things from.

Apple are entering in other operations because their sales have dropped at the time.

The principle of the company is that they are not the first one to offer new things. They enter into a current market and provide better service and products than the rest.

The success of Apple is based upon disturbing the current market.

Senior writer at the Chicago Morning Star

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