Apple Pay is already available in a number of countries, including the United States, the UK, Canada, China, and several others. Now, it appears the Cupertino-based company plans to launch its mobile payments solution in Poland and Netherlands in the near future. According to a report, PKO Bank Polski is testing Apple Pay in Poland and may launch support for the service by the end of 2017.
Furthermore, the report continues to mention that it's not only Poland; Apple customers in the Netherlands will also get the chance to use the service later this year. Several Dutch banks are apparently testing the service, including ING and Bunq.
It's not clear when Apple plans to launch the service in the two countries, but rumors suggest a November 2 launch, the same day Apple is expected to announce its Q4 2017 earnings.
Apple has not yet confirmed any plans to launch its payment service in the two countries, so this report should still be taken with a grain of salt; when it does launch, though, it should be compatible with existing payment terminals and work on Apple's iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, as well as macOS.