This week, Apple released a new ad in its “if it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” campaign, highlighting Apple Pay on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Today, HSBC and Firs Direct has added support for Apple Pay in United Kingdom. Also Apple Pay users can take advantage of the service at both Five Guys restaurants and Wilko stores across the country.
Apple is planning to bring Apple Pay to United Kingdom and may officially announce this at Worldwide Developers Conference, next week.
Apple Pay is now one-step closer to becoming a standard NFC-based mobile payments system by adding 10 new retail collaborates in USA.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Alibaba , a Chinese e-commerce company, and Apple are currently in talks over a partnership to provide a payment solution for China.
A significant number of merchants, including heavyweights like Walmart, Kmart, 7-Eleven, and Best Buy, are in outright competition with Apple Pay. Earlier this week, a leaked internal memo from Rite Aid revealed that the drug store chain was modifying or disabling its NFC readers, preventing access to Apple Pay.
Apple Pay is finally launched as new mobile payments for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, and iPad Mini 3 are now running this through a software update from iOS.
The LGs demo of a crazy new 47-inch display that packs in everything geek could want: IPS technology, 1080p resolution, multi-touch, and some good transparency. This is so called Window Display is sadly intend for advertisers and other digital signage proprietors, even if it was not still at concept stage, it likely would not be populating living rooms anyway.