Apple Card Knife
Many already know that Apple has begun issuing titanium cards for shopping at locations where contactless payment is not accepted, but this is not ordinary card, as it has no card number, CVV security code, expiration date, or even a signature area. However, the logos on the card are engraved, and the cardholder’s name is printed. This means that with a little work, you could technically turn this into a functional knife. Read more for a video of someone doing just that.

There’s just one caveat for those looking to keep this titanium card in pristine condition, it may be permanently discolored by contact with leather or denim, and that’s why there are already outrageously priced cases on the market. Unlike standard credit cards, this titanium Apple Card can be can activated by users of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR by simply moving their handset near a NFC tag concealed within the card’s packaging.