The Apple Card, Apple Cash, Advanced Data Protection, and Clean Energy Charging are exclusive to the United States and can only be accessed internationally.
We've provided more information about some of the features in the U.S.
The Apple Card can only be used in the U.S. There is a physical version of Apple's credit card that can be used at stores that don't accept payment with a credit or debit card. The card has no fees and offers up to 3% cash back.
There are hints that the Apple Card might expand to additional countries in the future, but Apple has not confirmed any plans to launch the card internationally.
In the U.S., Apple Cash allows users to send, request, and receive money from their phones. Apple Cash can be transferred to a bank account.
It is not clear if Apple Cash will be available in other countries.
Residents of participating U.S. states can add their driver's license or state ID to the Wallet app on the iPhone and Apple watch to show proof of identity or age. Currently, the features are only available in Arizona, Colorado, and Maryland and will be available in at least nine more states.
The company has yet to announce any plans to expand the feature to other countries, so it's unclear if or when the feature will launch outside of the U.S.
When enabled, the Advanced Data Protection feature expands end-to-end encryption to many additional areas of iCloud, including backups, photos, notes, Reminders, Voice Memos, and more. According to Apple, the feature will be rolled out to the rest of the world in early 2023.
It's not clear when Advanced Data Protection will be available in additional countries, but it's possible that the feature will be added to more iPhone users with the latest version of the software.
According to Apple, the Clean Energy Charging feature is intended to decrease the carbon footprint of the iPhone byOptimizing charging times for when the grid is using cleaner energy sources When lower carbon emission electricity is available, the feature will try to charge the phone.
Clean Energy Charging is only available in the U.S.