Apple Pay has been coming soon to Germany for quite some time. Even Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, has weighed in and said the mobile payment option would arrive in the country before the end of the year.
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Apple Pay has officially expanded to its 30th and 31st markets this week.
Apple Pay still has quite a few markets to launch in, but Apple is consistently working to close that gap.
While Apple was definitely not the first company to launch a mobile payment option, it was the arrival of Apple Pay that sent the market into overdrive.
Apple today launched Apple Pay in Germany. At launch, Apple Pay in Germany supports cards from MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Maestro, and more.
While Apple Pay continues to expand both domestically into new retail spots, the international rollout continues as well.
It feels like a long time ago now, but when Apple Pay launched it wasn’t met with universal acceptance from businesses out there in the wild.
Apple Pay continues to expand in the United States, and it looks like Apple has a pretty high bar in mind for the end of 2018.
Back in July, Apple confirmed that Apple Pay would be launching not only in Germany soon, but also that in the United States the mobile payment option would be adopted by one of the biggest franchises out there.
Back in July, Apple unleashed a series of new advertisements that focused on Apple Pay Cash, the ability to quickly send money to people via Apple’s own mobile payment option.