Apple will soon add Argentina and Peru to its official list of Apple Pay countries as the company has now confirmed that its mobile payment service is launching soon in those two countries, which have a combined population of 77 million people.
If Apple Pay Touch ID authentication isn't working on your Intel-based or Apple silicon Mac, this is by design. Here's what you need to know.
Tim Cook, Apple's current chief executive, has gone on record saying he owns cryptocurrency. That, in itself, and in certain spheres, will be enough to cause quite a stir. But, for folks who have already jumped on that particular bandwagon, maybe the idea that someday Apple Pay might support it will do the same for you.
Train passengers in Taiwan can now use Apple Pay to purchase tickets for their journeys via Taiwan Railways Administration's iPhone app without manually entering credit card details.
As the United States National Park Service turns 105 years old, Apple has determined now is the right time to celebrate. The company today has announced a new initiative that will see many of its services promoting the national parks throughout the United States. And that includes the Apple Pay collaboration that we reported on earlier this week.
The latest Apple Pay promotion has the company donating unspecified funds to the National Park Foundation for purchases made this week on the Apple website and in its US stores.
While Apple's mobile payment option is available in a lot of places, there are still some holes to fill. Which Apple is working on. Today, for instance, there's a brand new market to add to the "supported" column, with Apple Pay officially launching in a new region.
While Apple Pay is available in a variety of different regions all across the globe, there is still room for expansion. And Apple is working to fill in the holes (some of them very large). As it stands right now, Apple Pay support in Central America is nonexistent, but it looks like the groundwork is being laid down to change that.
Apple Pay may support the Nanaco and Waon debit cards, Japan's popular payment cards, as soon as the iOS 15 software update launches this fall, according to a new report.
A handy feature for folks using the Apple Card is Daily Cash Back. This will automatically deposit your earned cash back from purchases onto the Apple Cash card saved in your Wallet. From there, you can choose to use those funds to help pay down the Apple Card's balance, pay for items when using Apple Pay, or transfer the money to a bank.
The cryptocurrency exchange platform Coinbase is now letting Apple Pay users purchase crypto with Coinbase using any debit card registered with Apple's mobile payment feature.
It wasn't all that long ago that it was rumored Apple, along with Goldman Sachs, was moving into the "buy now, pay later" market. It's lucrative, to say the least, and now it looks like Apple has indeed endeavored to make it happen. But it looks like it'll be a semi-limited one to start.