Apple Cash, which is Apple's peer-to-peer payments service, now supports both Visa and MasterCard that will allow users to instantly transfer money from Apple Cash to their bank accounts.
Today, Bitcoin wallet BitPay announced that it has added support for Apple Pay allowing users to link BitPay Mastercard to Apple Pay and pay for goods with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Ecosia has announced that it now partially owns TreeCard, a firm that makes wooden debit cards. The search provider said that purchases with the card will fund its tree-planting efforts worldwide.
Hidden code found in the latest iOS 14 developer beta indicates that the operating system may be adding the ability for users to scan QR codes in order to make purchases with Apple Pay.
Walgreens just announced a partnership with Apple coming into effect from tomorrow. Apple Card users who pay with Apple Pay will receive 3% Daily Cash at Walgreens and Duane Reade shops.
Apple Pay is now available to all Danske Bank account holders in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway. Customers in these regions can use the iOS payment app with both Visa and Mastercard.
Apple is rolling out today the Apple Card to a select number of customers who have opted to avail of the credit card. Consumers can sign up via the Wallet app and also apply for the physical card.
NAB has become the third of the "big four" banks in Australia to support Apple Pay, following the Commonwealth Bank's move earlier this year, leaving Westpac as the last major holdout.
Apple Pay and Google Pay can now be used to pay for select government services in the UK via the gov.uk domain. Later this year, both systems will be widely available across more government services.
In a somewhat unexpected move, retailer JCPenney has decided to stop supporting Apple Pay for payments at its locations. The news comes after Apple introduced its own credit card for Apple Pay.
Apple's special event was the stage for a many service announcements, and that includes confirmation that the company is launching its own credit card with the help of Goldman Sachs.
Apple has announced an expansion for its payments service, Apple Pay, which begins today. Target, Taco Bell, Speedway, and more will add support for the technology in the coming weeks.
For years, three of the four major retail banks in Australia have resisted the deployment of Apple Pay. That will soon change after CBA announced that it will support the service from next month.
Germany has become the latest country to gain access to Apple Pay, Apple's burgeoning payment platform, boasting support for twelve banks and financial institutions available from today.
Despite its refusal to add support for Apple Pay at its retail stores, Target has been reportedly testing the digital wallet service at its shop in San Francisco, as claimed by a number of shoppers.
Customers in the U.S. will soon be able to shop for goods and complete their transactions on eBay using Apple Pay on iOS and Safari as part of the initial phase of the new payments experience.
As Apple announced back in June, the company today activated Apple Pay Cash for those that are testing out the latest iOS and watchOS betas. People can use it to send money through iMessages.
According to a report, Apple Pay is expected to launch in Poland and the Netherlands in the coming weeks as major financial institutions in both countries are working to bring support for the service.
Those that bank with Wells Fargo will be happy to know that the firm is moving forward with plans to offer support for mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay.
Further details have been revealed regarding Apple's rumored facial recognition system for the iPhone 8. Apple's HomePod firmware hints that this new mechanism will most likely work with Apple Pay.
Samsung Pay, the company's mobile payment system, is yet to be rolled out in many markets around the world, but a report has revealed that it could launch in India sometime in the first half of 2017.
Samsung Pay, the company's mobile payments solution will not be available in the UK until 2017, as the Korean electronics giant is still in the process of partnering with various banks in the country.
Apple Pay on the web has begun to roll out following the release of iOS 10. The feature, which utilizes Touch ID authentication, will also be coming to macOS Sierra when it is released on Sept. 20.
Australia's ANZ Bank is the first bank in the country to join Apple Inc's Apple Pay programme. The move is expected to push other Australian banks to make similar moves after a period of holding out.
Samsung, in partnership with China UnionPay, has launched its mobile payments system in the country, just over a month since Apple made its own service available in the world's largest market.
Google is expected to bring Android Pay to the UK at the end of March, according to a rumour by insiders. The payment system will compete against Apple Pay which launched last summer.
Apple has launched Apple Pay in China. China is the fifth country to get Apple Pay and Apple hopes that China will be its largest market for the mobile payment service. 19 Chinese banks are on board.
In a recent meeting with Apple employees, Tim Cook talked about the future of iPhones amid declining growth and the company's possible plans to bring its services to more platforms.
Target in early development stages of mobile "wallet" pay system that would put the company in direct competition with tech giants such as Apple and Samsung.
Apple has announced plans to bring its mobile payment system, Apple Pay, to China in 2016. The service will take on Alipay and WeChat Payment, which are already established in the region.
Not content with existing options, the retailer is introducing its own app-based payment system appropriately named 'Walmart Pay' but it will only work at the company's own stores.
Today, and over the next three weeks, MasterCard's 'Fare Free Mondays' promotion will cover the cost of travelling anywhere on London's public transport network, when you touch in with Apple Pay.
As of today, American Express customers in Australia can use Apple Pay at supported merchants. American Express is currently the only company supporting Apple Pay in Australia.
In a bid to increase registered users on its mobile payment service, Samsung is giving away a free wireless charger to each user who registers their credit or debit card with Samsung Pay.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore has stated that they are working on bringing mobile payments to Windows 10. However, he did not commit to a timeline and simply promised that it would happen 'soon'.
Apple Pay is spreading around the world and is now finally available in the UK. Those used to contactless payment cards will have a very familiar experience using Apple's system.
It seems that many retailers are still not keen on accepting payments using Apple Pay as nearly half of the top 100 merchants revealed that they won't be implementing the system until next year.
A report has revealed that Apple will bring its mobile payment system to the United Kingdom in the coming two months, and will make a formal announcement at the upcoming WWDC.
Apple is planning to introduce Apple Pay to Canada this fall. They are already in talk with six big banks of Canada to start the service as soon as possible.
While Apple Pay is still in its early stages as a new payment service, a study has revealed that issues regarding the service is downgrading the potential of it to become widely used.