It doesn’t matter if you’re a Kansas City Royals fan, or a San Francisco Giants fan, when you attend the World Series this year, you’ll be able to pay for your peanuts and Cracker Jacks using Apple Pay.
Apple Pay, Apple’s mobile payments system, launched on Monday, and while the initial launch was United States only, it appears Apple Pay can be used internationally, using U.S.-based credit cards.
Apple’s iOS 8.1 update earlier today enabled Apple’s electronic payments service, Apple Pay, on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets. A new video shows an iPhone 6 user paying for his lunch at McDonald’s via Apple Pay.
Apple has released iOS 8.1. The update offers significant features updates to users of Apple’s popular iOS devices, including the activation of Apple Pay, iOS 8/Yosemite Continuity features such as SMS Relay and Instant Hotspot, plus access to iCloud Photo Library, the return of Camera Roll to the Photos app, bug fixes, and more.
The first major update to Apple’s iOS 8 will be released later today, and iOS 8.1 will bring a number of changes to Apple’s mobile operating system.
Dropbox has updated its popular iOS app to version 3.5, bringing support for the larger screens on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with Touch ID integration for the popular cloud storage app.
Today is the day Apple Pay debuts in the marketplace, and SVP Eddy Cue tells The Wall Street Journal that the company expects a slow adoption of the service by retail stores, and also expects to see in-app purchases making up most of the transactions in the early going.
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This is where we’ll do a live summary of today’s Apple event. So come back at 1PM Eastern, 10AM Pacific time for a live summary of what Apple shows off on their big day!
Apple jumped the gun today and updated its iPad User Guide for iOS 8 with screenshots that confirm rumored details about the company’s upcoming iPad updates, due to be introduced at Thursday’s Apple event.
The latest in Rovio’s über popular Angry Birds series of games, “Angry Birds Transformers,” has hit the App Store worldwide today.
Most of us have likely had fun with the autocomplete function in iOS 8. Some of the words suggested can be quite comical. Now, Jonathan Mann, he of the “2000 Songs in 2000 Days,” has written Song #2110 in his prolific series, entitled: “The iOS Autocomplete Song.”
A thread popped up on Reddit Monday, with a link to a list of Dropbox usernames and passwords allegedly obtained from a Dropbox security breach. However, the company says its servers were not breached, instead laying the blame at the feet of third-party services.
The launch of Apple Pay, Apple’s new NFC and Touch ID-based mobile payments service grows ever nearer, and the Cupertino firm is getting ready for the launch by kicking off training programs for its own retail store employees, as well as working with retailers who will participate in the service later this month.
A leaked internal memo to employees of drugstore chain Walgreens suggests Apple’s new Apple Pay electronic payments service will go live on Saturday, October 18.
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