What Does Future Hold for Apple Pay?

What Does Future Hold for Apple Pay?

Apple recently announced that it is going to extend its Apple Pay service to United Kingdom. Apple Pay is a mobile wallet and payment system launched late last year. In spite of the usual Apple's way of presenting things along with relevant technical components, enabling contactless and in app payments failed to meet the expectations after many retail chains and companies refused to adopt it. During the launch of Apple Pay, the company announced that it is going to collaborate with all major banks, credit card companies and retail chains to ensure countrywide usage of Apple Pay in the....


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