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.
Eddy Cue has been with Apple for years now. He's had a growing presence within the company for quite some time as well, working in an executive leadership role and heading up a variety of different efforts. He's been billed as the company's Senior Vice President of Internet Software for several years now, but times --and titles-- are changing.
While Apple's mobile payment option, Apple Pay, is widely available across the globe already, there are still places where the service is not available. Which means there's still room to grow. And today, Apple can mark off yet another market.
Following the company's announcement of its latest quarterly earnings, Apple's CEO and CFO spoke on a call to answer some questions and give more color to the announced numbers. As such, some folks tried to pry more information out of the company's chief executive as far as Apple TV+ subscribers are concerned.
Stop us if you've heard this one: Apple's Services division had another ridiculously strong quarter. Well, sure enough, Apple's confirmed as much today with the company's latest quarterly earnings report.
Are you trying to decide which music service to commit to? Apple Music, Spotify, and Pandora are at the top of the list of options. They each offer terrific features, are available across multiple platforms, and are comparable in price. So what makes each stand out may be your deciding factor. Let’s have a look!
As you probably already know, Apple Music, Spotify, and Pandora all provide similar features. You can create playlists, listen to stations, manage your music library, tune into podcasts, and much more. So rather than list the same features for each service, we’ll call out some special features and the differences.
Is Apple a services company these days? It's certainly possible to make that argument. And being in the Apple ecosystem probably means you pay for at least a couple of different options offered by the company. But with so many other offerings out there, it can be a task simply choosing which ones to keep.