Apple Pay & Siri functionality already works in iOS 8.0.2, letting users select their cards via the personal assistant.
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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
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.
Apple takes aim at the $12 billion-per-day payments industry with Apple Pay. Here’s a bootleg of Eddy Cue, SVP at Apple, unveiling Apple Pay today.
John Scully, the former CEO of Apple Inc., thinks that mobile payments at Apple, expected to be launched tomorrow, will amount to a “creative leap” on par with Apple’s introduction of the iPod or iPhone. Judge for yourself in this video from Bloomberg released today:
Multiple sources confirm that Apple has been working on tokenization technology and will include it and NFC in the new iPhone 6.
The Silicon Valley giant is now said to have reached deals for lower transaction fees with five of the largest financial institutions in the nation.
It’s looking like a perennial iPhone rumor may be coming to fruition this year. NXP Semiconductors, the co-creator of near field communication (NFC) technology, has been in talks to supply Apple with NFC chips for the iPhone 6, according to sources close to the company. We’ve reached out to NXPRead More