According to the European Commission, Apple has received a “Statement of Objections” for suspected anticompetitive behaviour involving the use of NFC input for payments, which is forbidden by the TFEU under Article 102. The EU’s antitrust action might result in massive fines for the corporation. This allegation is the outcome of the company’s prohibition on third-party software developers’ use of ‘tap and go’ technology for payments. Continue reading “EU charges Apple for restricting ‘tap and go’ NFC technology for payments”
Apple is now looking forward to tap the buzzing digital payments market in India. The company may launch Apple Pay service in India in near future, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, Eddie Cue told the Mint. Continue reading “Apple mulls Apple Pay launch in India, seeks local partnerships”
Apple has finally renamed its desktop OS X to macOS for streamlining the naming convention across all other Apple operating systems – iOS, watchOS and tvOS. The Cupertino giant has also announced the next version of its Mac operating system called macOS Sierra. Continue reading “Apple renames OS X, introduces macOS Sierra with Auto Unlock, Siri, Apple Pay and more”
Apple and Samsung are all geared up to bring their mobile payment service in China. Both the companies have inked a deal with China’s UnionPay to launch a their respective mobile payment systems in China in 2016.
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Apple is rumored to launch a 4-inch iPhone in early 2016. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has issued a research note regarding the same saying that Apple’s new 4-inch iPhone will come with high specs.
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Google is taking a cue from Apple and is said to be designing its own Android chipsets, according to a new report from The Information.
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Apple has officially launched Apple Pay mobile payment service in the UK following a report earlier this month. The service will be available on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch users in the UK.
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Apple Pay is all set to be launched in the UK this month. The mobile payment service from Apple is said to go live in the UK on July 14th, as per a report from 9to5Mac.
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Apple Pay is the company’s mobile payment service that lets users with iPhones and the Apple Watch to make transactions at retail outlets and even online without requiring the use of a physical card. Launched last year, the service doesn’t require the use of an Apple specific payment terminal. Today at WWDC, the company announced that it now supports over 2500 banks from across America. It will also start supporting Discover based cards later this year which will bring an additional 50 million cards into the fold. Continue reading “Apple Pay to be a part of Wallet, launching in UK this July”
Having launched in the USA earlier this year, Apple Pay is set to roll out across international markets from early next year. According to The Telegraph, the Cupertino-based giant is in talks with UK banks to bring Apple Pay to the UK early next year. Continue reading “Apple Pay set for UK roll out”
Apple’s recently launched iPads have been spotted with NFC chip that is already seen on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The chip’s main use in the iPhones is for the Apple Pay service.
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Apple iOS 8.1 is now available for download with a range of new features including Apple Pay, iCloud Photo library and the return of the Camera Roll.
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Apple has announced that Apple Pay will hit iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on October 21st. The digital wallet announced by the company last month along with the new iPhones will be available for use starting next week.
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Apple announced ‘Apple Pay’ at the time of launching iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 last month. The service which is rumored to go live on October 18th has been leaked in screenshots that show the setup process.
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Along with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple unveiled its mobile payment service ‘Apple Pay’. Apple is claiming the service to be fast, secure and private.
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