Apple Pay Can Now Be Used On NYC Subway

Apple Pay had previously hinted that the NYC Subway riders can make use of this payment service very soon. The time has finally come and the company has announced that these users can start using Apple Pay for their subway transit starting this Friday. New kiosks have been setup across the Subway lines where users just need to scan their iPhone or Apple Watch to go through with this facility. Read More

Apple Pay Sets Its Foot In Austria

Apple Pay has been expanding across many countries recently and the latest one is Austria. This digital wallet service App can now be used by the users in the country who wish to use it to pay their bills across different stores and outlets. The banks of Erste Sparkasse and N26 in Austria now support the Apple Pay service, making it convenient for the users to setup their credit and debit cards. Read More

Apple Pay Expands To Over 20 New Banks Around The World

Apple Pay is now available across more bank partners around the world, as we came to earlier about HSBC France and BNP Paribas also joining this list. Apple has included the new banks in its detailed list of banks that already support the service. Also, you can search for the US banks under the new and organised sub categories from the same list and check if your bank supports Apple Pay. Read More

Apple Pay Extends To Target And Other Major Retailers In US

Apple announced today that it is extending its Apple Pay service to more number of retailers in the US. The new businesses include Target, Taco Bell and Speedway and they will be fully operational with Apple Pay integration very soon. The company says this will be a welcome move for major retailers in the US as it makes the payments more easier and convenient for both buyers and sellers. Read More

Apple Pay Against White Supremacists, Cuts Off Support

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This is the first step in which Apple Pay and PayPal have decided to cut off their support towards White Nationalist and Nazi Apparels. This act was a result of the recent white nationalist attacks, which took place in Charlottesville, Virginia. We know that Apple has a strong foothold over its customers and have a strong influence over them. The recent attacks, which left one counter-protester dead, left everyone shocked. Hence the drastic step was taken by Apple, in view of not supporting such acts and sites which support and provide hate apparels. Read More

Snapcash — Snapchat’s New Payment System

snapcashSeamless payment is in vogue, being made ever more popular with Apple Pay. Almost every day now more and more stores and banks are signing up to support Apple Pay, Apple’s NFC-based touchless payment service. Not one to stay behind the latest fad, Snapchat has come up with a brilliant new update which allows its users to transfer money to one another through the self-deleting messaging service. Read More

How Apple Pay Will Work At McDonald’s

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After the launch of new products on October 16th, Apple will officially launch the new payment service, Apple Pay, that utilises phones NFC and Touch ID for security on October 18th. Apple has also started the training of its store employees and partners on how the service would work. It has partnered with a few retailers and restaurants which will support Apple Pay service when it’s launched. One such partner is McDonald’s that will have the service available for both dine-in and drive-through. 9to5Mac has sourced the information on how the service would work at McDonald’s drive-through. Read More

Apple Pay Training Starts For Retail Employees And Partners

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Apple Pay, a new mobile payment service by Apple, for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch that utilises the phone’s NFC and Touch ID sensor is about to launch soon. To have a smooth launch for the service Apple has started the Apple Pay training program for its retail store employees and retail partners. 9to5Mac has sourced the training material from a reliable source that gives the detailed information about Apple Pay, setting it up and transaction processes at both ends, i.e. customer iPhones and in Apple retail stores. Read More