News of Note—Apple pairs with Goldman Sachs on new credit card; O2 UK details 5G plans

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> Apple and Goldman Sachs are planning to issue a joint credit card that will take advantage of new iPhone features this spring. Wall Street Journal article

> O2 UK shared more details about its plans to bring 5G services to Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London before the end of the year. Mobile World Live article

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