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Apple has announced that its App Store has broken some pretty impressive records in terms of sales in 2015. The company has shared some interesting statistics with the public in its press release.
Kickstarter has dumped Amazon Payments ending its long-term relationship with the payment platform, instead it has partnered with Stripe to process payments from next week.
Apple's online retail stores are now accepting PayPal as a payment option in the United States and the United Kingdom. Apple also introduced PayPal Credit, which lets shoppers pay off their purchases.
Next week, Apple will launch its iPhone 6 but thanks to a new leak from China, you can take a look at the new device right now thanks to a video showing off the device.
Apple is said to have teamed up with American Express as part of their upcoming payment service which will likely be part of the rumored NFC that will be included with the iPhone 6.
For years, the iPhone has been rumored to have NFC and support mobile payments, but if you are willing to believe the rumors from trusted sources, this time Apple is getting serious about payments.
Isis, the mobile payment system which launched last year, has announced that they will rebrand and change their name to avoid similarities with the militant Jihadist group of the same name.
Facebook is looking to get back into the mobile payments game by launching a new service. This will supposedly let buyers checkout at selected digital retailers using their Facebook account.
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The scourge of Microsoft Points - the confusing and inconsistently applied digital currency system - will soon be over, as plans are revealed to replace them with cash payments by the end of 2012.
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