The iPad Air 2 isn’t quite available to the public just yet, but that hasn’t stopped an alleged benchmark of the new tablet has surfaced, corroborating previously rumored specifications.
Getting ‘Your issuer does not yet offer support’ error while adding credit or debit card to Apple Pay? Here’s why
Apple Pay, Apple’s NFC based mobile payments solution launched this Monday, alongside iOS 8.1. The Apple Pay set up process requires you to add your credit or debit card from the Passbook app, but many people are reporting problems while doing this.
On Thursday, October 16, Apple officially announced the iPad Air 2, and the iPad mini 3. They opened up direct pre-orders for the new tablets a day later, while AT&T and some other retailers joined the fray at the same time. T-Mobile may be late to the party, but they’ve officially unveiled their own pre-order plans.
While Apple clearly mentions that Apple Pay works only in the United States, it looks like it is easy to get the feature to work in other regions of the world as well as reported by many users on the Whirpool forums.