iOS 8.1, released earlier today, adds support for Apple Pay, Apple’s NFC based mobile payments solution that works at physical stores and online. In this post, we guide you through the Apple Pay set up process.
With iOS 8.1 going live with support for Apple Pay, mobile payments have finally become a reality. While the App Store is brimming with app updates that add Apple Pay support, you can also head over to one of the retail stores that has partnered with Apple for your first Apple Pay experience.
Now that iOS 8.1 has been publicly released with Apple Pay support, major stores, restaurants and coffee shops have started rolling out support for Apple’s payment system. But here are a few limitations of Apple Pay you need to know about.
iOS 8 released last month, followed by a couple of minor updates, and today, Apple released iOS 8.1 — the first major update to iOS 8. While Apple added a number of useful, jailbreak inspired features like Quick Reply, widgets etc., there are still a number of reasons to jailbreak, which is why we’ve been keeping a lookout for an iOS 8 jailbreak.