Apple is now rolling out Apple Pay in Greece, Portugal, Romania, and Slovakia with financial backing from a number of large European banks including Monese and N26.
A recent leak shows images of Apple Card credit cards that some Apple employees are receiving as part of private beta.
Apple Pay is now available in Iceland for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac users with launch support from Arion Banki and Landsbankinn.
Australia’s largest bank, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia finally announces support for Apple Pay
This Thursday, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has announced that it will finally begin supporting Apple Pay starting in January 2019.
According to a recent report, Apple Pay currently has over 253 million users globally, which comes out to 31 percent of the active iPhone install base.
Apple Pay is now available in Poland with support from eight local banks. Apple has also updated its regional website about this new payment option.
According to a report, Apple has extended an internal test of its forthcoming Apple Pay Cash feature to include retail employees.
Apple has finally launched Apple Pay in Hong Kong and it is currently supported by HSBC, BOCHK, Hang Seng, DBS, and Standard Chartered,
According to a new report, Instagram has started testing on a new type of ads that will integrate with new iPhone features like 3D Touch and Apple Pay.
Since its launch in October 2014, Apple Pay support in the United States keeps growing at a steady pace by signing on and rolling out support for waves of new banks and credit unions around the country. Today Apple has added 45 more U.S. banks and credit unions to the list of institutions that offer support for Apple’s payment system.
Today, the U.K. Cards Association has announced that it will be increasing the transaction limit to £30 for contactless payment services like Apple Pay.
University of Oklahoma announced that it would begin accepting Apple Pay across the campus, making it the first university in the United States to embrace Apple Pay.