By Lauren C. Miller and Lauren P. Johnson Business Insider The mobile payments service Apple Pay has finally landed in the US and it’s the start of a wave of major payments coming to the US.
Apple Pay is coming to Apple Pay accounts in more than 60 countries, including the UK, China, Germany, Spain, Mexico, France, Brazil, and Australia.
The company has been working on a payment solution for more than two years, with its current app launching in the UK and Germany in November of last year.
Here are some of the ways you can pay with Apple Pay in the United States.
The iPhone has always been a great way to pay in the States, and Apple Pay makes it easier to use.
But with the introduction of Apple Pay, there’s a whole new level of convenience to using the iPhone and the Apple Pay app.
Apple has announced that Apple Pay will be coming to over 20 countries in 2018.
This is a huge deal for Apple Pay as it allows for seamless payments to your favorite Apple Store and the rest of your friends.
Apple will also begin to allow users to pay for Apple products on Apple Pay cards in the future, and we’re hoping to see more cards available in the near future.
We’ve already heard from customers who love the Apple Watch, so Apple Pay could be the next step for paying for Apple hardware.
Apple’s iPhone and iPad are already great at being the ultimate payments solution, and if Apple Pay becomes the go-to method for most US customers, it’ll be a huge step forward for the payments industry.
We’ll be testing Apple Pay on a few other US carriers in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for more updates on the status of Apple’s payment system.
We have a whole bunch of other features coming to iOS devices in the next few months, including an upcoming Apple TV streaming app and the ability to access all of your contacts on the Apple News app.
The new iCloud Photo Library app is also expected to launch in the weeks ahead, and it’ll let you organize your photos in a more cohesive way.