Long lines were forming outside AT&T shops long before dawn this morning — and least in Manhattan — in what can only be described as a consumer frenzy. But all the hype surrounding the iPhone 6/6 Plus launch today was leveraged to a whole other level today by MasterCard, anRead More
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With iOS 8’s release yesterday, many iOS users have been wondering when the new Apple Pay feature will be available on their devices. The “in the wild” tests indicate that it will be sooner rather than later that Apple Pay will be made available widely.
MasterCard launched a pilot beta program to test out voice and facial biometrics.
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Never in the history of payments has there been such a media-frenzied, corporate disrupting and consumer-captivating moment as last week’s unveiling of Apple Pay.
Apple has been filling out its payments team for the past few months, poaching a number of executives from PayPal, American Express, and others — but not just to prep for Apple Pay’s launch this week.
In an interview with Bank Innovation, MasterCard shared the technical security details for Apple Pay, which will launch next month.
My greatest surprise in respect to Apple’s announcement was that it had taken them until the iPhone 6 to do payments.
Sources tell us that Visa and MasterCard are looking to advance all mobile wallets by lowering their transaction fees.