“Nearly two years after it launched in October 2014, Apple Pay — the company’s flagship mobile payment platform — continues its breathtaking growth,” Macworld reports.
“CEO Tim Cook announced in July that the service is now used in three-fourths of ‘mobile wallet’ transactions made in the United States, and that more than 1 million new users join every week,” Macworld reports. “Banks and retailers are still joining up, and even Kanye West’s pop-up shops are now taking Apple Pay payments. Soon, the service will available not just on iOS, but on the web, too.”
Macworld reports, “Ready to start using it yourself? Read on to learn more about how Apple Pay works, how to get your iPhone ready for it, and most importantly, where you can go test it out.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Lately, we’ve been trying Apple Pay everywhere in stores, even when it’s not expressly marked “Apple Pay,” and have found Apple’s contactless mobile payment service is available in what seems like more places than even just a few months ago. Our Apple Watches have been getting an Apple Pay workout lately!