Customers in Austria, Belgium and four other European countries can now use Apple's Emergency SOS via satellite feature as long as they've updated to iOS 16.4.
In the latest service expansion, the number of countries where Apple's Emergency SOS via satellite feature is officially supported has grown to twelve.
Revamped Apple Maps with Look Around, 3D landmarks and other perks have hit the Netherlands, Belgium, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
The overhauled Apple gift card that made its US debut back in June of 2010 is now available in some of Europe's biggest regions, including Germany, Italy and France.
Apple's Siri-powered HomePod mini smart speaker with HomeKit is now available to purchase in the Netherlands, Switzerland and Belgium, in all colors.
The App Store commission in the Netherlands for dating apps that use alternative payments is now 27% instead of the company's usual 30% take for in-app purchases.
Traffic incident reporting on Apple Maps has now gone live in the United States after first launching in the United States and mainland China in April 2021.
Apple Maps customers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia and other countries have now begun reporting seeing a yellow icon on their iPhone or CarPlay while navigating in case there's a fixed speed camera with its flash operational along their route.
Apple's mobile payment service is now more widely available in Europe with support from new banks and financial institutions in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands.
Following Apple Pay's recent arrival in European countries Hungary and Luxembourg, as well as its launch on the New York City subway, the mobile payment service is now available to customers in The Netherlands, a 17 million people country, with Dutch bank ING.
The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) announced today that it's launching an investigation to determine whether Apple is giving preferential treatment to its own apps on App Store after receiving complaints from Dutch news apps developers.
As of recently, Dutch customers have been able to use the IDEAL payment method for Apple IDs to increase their balance through local banks in order to cover their app, media and subscription purchases with their iTunes credit instead of a credit or debit card.