Have been requesting and receiving CLI approvals around every 3 months since receiving my card in August 2020, started with a $1,750 limit and most recently grew to $8750 as of November 2021.
Just this month, (mid Feb), I requested and was rejected for the first time, stating that my credit score has dropped substantially based on my credit report dated January 17th. I've had some higher util on a few other cards that I payed down in February but it looked like they were using a January credit report to make the decision. I called the support line, and they told me they usually refresh their internal reports around the 3rd week of the month, so I waited a couple days and tried again. Same rejection with the same date of Jan credit pull.
Decided to hold off and try again in a month or so to wait for things to be updated, and today I received an email from Apple Support saying Good News, Your Apple Card now has a Higher Limit, and they bumped me from $8750 to $12,750.
Just thought I'd share some data points if helpful to anyone else looks like they might look back at rejections and compare to a newly pulled soft report to auto-check if an increase would have been substantiated.
Congratulations @jer2305 for your Apple Card CLI
Congratulations on your Apple CLI!!
Congratulations on your Apple Card CLI!
Congrats on your CLI! Thanks for the DPs!
Congratulations on your Apple Card auto-CLI!
Grats on your Apple auto luv
That's terrific!! Congratulations on your Apple Approval!! 🎉🥂👏