Apple is pulling Apple Pay payments support from websites selling White supremacist-related merchandise.
Apple Pay News
Apple Pay has expanded support in the United States, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Russia, and the United Kingdom.
It looks as if Apple Pay could debut in Germany as soon as September. A German developer reports the option showed up in betas of iOS 11 and watchOS 4.
Apple is running a “Back to School With Apple Pay” promotion in the App Store, offering numerous discounts on items purchased using Apple Pay.
Apple Pay has added numerous new banks and credit unions to its support rolls in the US, UK, Italy, Russia, and China.
Subway is currently testing a new restaurant design that features self-order kiosks that offer Apple Pay as a payment option.
Apple has added another 22 financial institutions in the United States to its list of banks and credit unions offering Apple Pay support to their customers.
Fans of the Colorado Rockies, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and New York Yankees can now pay for their overpriced concessions using Apple Pay.
MBNA Canada on Tuesday launched Apple Pay support for its MasterCard and Visa credit cards.
A special “Lose Your Wallet” Apple Pay event, to be held in San Francisco this weekend, will promote the use of the contactless payments service.
Apple on Monday debuted watchOS 4, the upcoming operating system for their popular Apple Watch line of wearable devices.
Apple Pay terminals at merchants in the United Kingdom can now accept mobile payments above £30.
Apple Pay, Apple’s contactless payments solution, is now officially available in Italy.
HSBC is now offering Apple Pay support to its Visa and MasterCard credit card customers in Australia.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has denied a request by the country’s big-three banks to collectively bargain with Apple to gain access to the iPhone’s NFC technology, used by Apple Pay.
Apple Pay has reportedly rolled out to users in Taiwan. The China Post reports Apple’s mobile payments solution has begun rolling out to customers of 7 Taiwanese banks.