Apple Pay is already available in a lot of places, but there is still plenty of room to expand. That includes with some popular apps like Ticketmaster, and at more sporting events across the U.S. (and globally, eventually). Sounds like Apple is addressing these openings soon.
Apple Pay: Everything you need to know!
Services are a major selling point for Apple these days. The company is relying on these recurring subscription models to help boost revenue on a regular basis. Luckily for the company it seems to be working.
Last month, it was reported that Apple was looking to expand Apple Pay to more European countries including Austria, with the Erste Bank in Austria teasing the impending launch of the service. Today, Apple Pay support has gone live in Austria.
One of the largest retail chains in the United States has unexpectedly decided to drop support for Apple’s mobile payment option, Apple Pay.
Getting food delivered is easier than ever before thanks to services like Uber Eats. And if you prefer to make purchases with Apple’s mobile payment option, Apple Pay, you can finally use the app to do just that.
Apple Pay can be used to quickly buy items, both in physical stores and through online merchants, but it can also be a quick and easy way to use public transit, too. For folks in Singapore, Apple Pay for transit is now live, and it’s coming soon to New York City.
Apple Pay continues to expand across Europe, and further out, as support for the mobile payment option arrives at banks like Westpac, ING, Bank Millennium, and more.
Apple seems to be looking at expanding Apple Pay to more European countries. As announced by N26, Apple Pay will soon be available in Austria, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
Apple Pay is in a lot of places all around the globe, but the company is still aiming to launch in several different markets.
Despite the fact that Apple Pay has expanded quite a bit throughout the United States, and globally, there are still several holdouts.