Starting today, Apple Stores in the U.S. are now accepting contactless payments. The company tested the feature earlier this month.
Apple is testing its Tap to Pay on iPhone, allowing contactless payment without an external card reader at its store in Apple Park Center.
Apple has officially announced Tap to Pay on iPhone, its contactless peer-to-peer payment system for small businesses to accept payments.
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The most recent study of debit transactions in the US shows Apple Pay dominating the mobile wallet business more than twenty-fold.
The Salvation Army supports donations through contactless solutions like Apple Pay and Google Pay, perfect for this year’s pandemic.
By 2025 Apple Pay could account for 10% of global card transactions. Currently the service accounts for 5%.
Germany has forced Apple to open its NFC capabilities on iPhones so that third-party payment apps can compete better with Apple Pay.