Re/code reports that Apple has recently held discussions with its partners from the payment industry to introduce its own peer-to-peer mobile payment system. The service will likely be called “Apple Cash” and Apple is expected to announce the service later this year.
Apple Pay: Everything you need to know!
Last year, Apple used the App Store and a select number of apps to help promote the World Wildlife Fund and Earth Day.
Apple continues to fill in the remaining spaces in its laundry list of banks and credit unions that support its mobile payment option, Apple Pay.
Apple Pay saw its last batch of new additions at the tail-end of March, but now there are new banks and credit unions being added to the list.
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Apple today started rolling out Apple Pay to its Taiwanese customers. At launch, seven banks in the region support Apple Pay which includes Cathay United Bank, CTBC Bank, E. Sun Commerical Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank, Taishin International Bank, and Union Bank of Taiwan.
Apple Pay has been available out in the wild for quite some time now, with the company adding support in countries all across the globe.
Apple Pay continues to gain support from banks and credit unions across the globe, with the latest batch pulling in more than two dozen new names in three different countries.