Apple is canceling its one-time credit card payments due to cancer and is asking customers to make a one-year payment, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Apple said the changes will allow people with pre-existing conditions to use their credit card at Apple stores, instead of being required to make monthly payments.
Apple is one of several tech companies to offer the credit card to consumers, as the company seeks to attract more people to its health products.
Malibu is the first to offer Apple’s new credit card in California, a state that is considered the epicenter of the state’s cancer crisis.
Apple and Malibu did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Malibu Health Plans said in a statement that it “has had to discontinue its annual wellness program due to the need to focus on the immediate needs of its customers.”
Apple is also seeking to help families make money by offering a $2.95 AppleCare plan for up to four children, with coverage up to $500,000, for people with cancer, according the statement.
Apple has a $100 million fund to help pay for the costs of its wellness programs, according AppleInsider.
The fund will fund the cost of providing health care services, as well as support research to understand the impact of cancer on individuals.