Apple today joined a handful of other companies to take a firm stand against white nationalists and hate groups. The company has disabled Apple Pay support for a bunch of websites run by a group of white nationalists and were selling apparel and paraphernalia.
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Apple Pay Support Removed from Websites Promoting White Supremacy and Hate Groups [Update: Apple Donating $2 Million]
Apple Pay continues to see adoption from banks all over the world, at least where the mobile payment is officially supported in some capacity or another.
It looks like Apple is gearing up to launch Apple Pay in Germany as soon as next month. Rumors about Apple bringing Apple Pay to Germany have been circulating since last year but there has been no official announcement from Apple on this front so far.
Lyft has been around for a while now, serving as one of Uber‘s main competitors in the ride-hailing market, and it’s activating a donation-matching initiative through the month of August.
Apple Pay Gains Support for New Financial Institutions in the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan, and the UK
Apple today expanded Apple Pay support to more banks, credit unions, and financial institutions in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and Canada. Apple has been adding support for new banks and financial institutions to Apple Pay in the United States twice every month regularly since it launched the service in 2014.
While Apple Pay is supported by hundreds of banks in the United States, the global expansion must continue as Apple tries to make its mobile payment option the default for many users.
Apple today launched a huge Apple Pay promotion in China since it first launched its mobile payment service in the country in February 2016. The new promotion lasts from July 18 to 24 and is applicable for all iPhone and Apple Watch owners who use Apple Pay on their device.
Apple Pay Gains Support for 21 New Banks in US; Support for More Banks in France, Italy, and Spain Coming Later This Year
Apple today expanded Apple Pay support to 21 more banks and financial institutions in the United States. In addition, the company added support for more banks in France, Italy, and Spain.
Apple is gearing up to help celebrate National Parks all over the United States with a new challenge for Apple Watch owners, and specific donations when Apple Pay is used.
Apple Pay isn’t a complete stranger to Major League Baseball or its ballparks across the United States, with the 2015 All-Star Game welcoming the mobile payment option.