New contactless terminals in the underground subway system work with Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards.
John F. Braun and Dave Hamilton from Mac Geek Gab join Jeff Gamet to talk tech about NFC, Apple Pay, digital keys, breathing new life into older Macs, and more.
Apple Pay is now available in Norway with three banks participating in the contactless payment system.
Apple Pay in Poland is here, according to Polish Apple website ThinkApple. Here is a list of supported banks.
Look for signs referencing The Ave, a street near the campus with plenty of restaurants and apartments.
Terms, benefits, and other pertinent details are still being worked out between Goldman Sachs and Apple.
In those markets, Apple Pay accounts for 90% of all mobile contactless payments.
The announcement is aimed at businesses, in particular, as Apple works to add retailers that accept Apple Pay.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay is coming to Brazil soon, which means another country will be able to take advantage of the contactless payment system.
According to Apple’s promo email, “Buy with Apple Pay on the Fandango app or Fandango.com through January 2 and get $5 off your order.”
Apple shipped more than 20 new products in 2017, but here are the five most important software products.
Apple Pay isn’t quite as smooth an experience on the iPhone X as it is on earlier iPhone models. There’s a trick to getting it to work reliably when you’re at the check out counter. Watch to learn what to do.
Really, we promise, and we have some screenshots that sort of prove it. [Update: Apple Pay Cash is back for some users, and TMO staff and TMO readers are reporting that it’s active.]
It’s Giving Tuesday, so Apple is highlighting charities that accept donations through Apple Pay.
We’ve been putting the iPhone X through its paces since it came out and are ready to tell you what we think. Best iPhone ever, or just an expensive toy?
Sure, it’s a first world problem, but Jeff Butts thinks using Apple Pay Cash at retailers could be quite a bit easier.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple’s reported augmented reality goggles, plus a listener writes in about Face ID and Apple Pay.
Jeff Butts takes one for the team and puts his money where his mouth is in this walkthrough and explanation of Apple’s newest service offering.
Jeff Butts and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to ask questions from the perspective of someone who doesn’t have an iPhone X yet. They talk about the iPhone X screen, Face ID, Portrait Mode photos, Apple Pay, and more.
Even though it’s much easier and more intuitive, after demonstrating how to switch Apple Pay cards on the iPhone, Jeff Butts realized it might be a good idea to show folks how to do the same thing on the Apple Watch.