Talking about Apple’s mobile payment and digital wallet service Apple Pay lets you sue iPhone 6 and Apple Watch to pay in stores and apps in an easy, secure, and private way. This is the first and foremost system that Apple calls it the NFC and Touch ID-based mobile payment solution, which is scheduled to launch in the United States in this month for the latest flagships – the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, also supports iPhone 5 and later and eventually the Apple Watch as well.
During the new iPad Air launch next week, the assumption is that the official date for Apple Pay will be set for next week and we aren’t sure about that. The rumors have already suggested October 20th, but a new leaked memo surfaced – claiming that it will actually be next Saturday, October 18th.
Just in! Apple has begun preparing for the cast by kicking off Apple Pay training programs got its group of retail store employees anf by working with retailers to prep for the debut later this month. Although, the training materials shared by a reliable source for the Apple Pay launch at Apple retail stores have also detailed some new specs regarding its setup and transaction processes both on customer Phones and in Apple retail shops. For more details about the Apple Pay setup and training details, hit this link.
Leaked one has come straight from Walgreens, showing a memo that is prepping workers to be able to handle customer questions when they first attempt to use Apple Pay. Document, in fact doesn’t really go into much detail though, except to say that users will have to tap their i6 to the “upper portion of the pin paid”.
Notably, the explanation is fairly thin, likely because Walgreens workers have been watching random consumers pay with Google Wallet for a couple years now. Interesting part here in the memo is that the marketing that is going into it. Looks like there’ll be display ads pushing Apple Pay, claiming that this product will “reinforce [Walgreens’] position as a legend as innovator in the mobile world.
Apple retail partners with Apple Pay ecosystem will include Disney, Nike, McDonalds, and Whole Foods – all of which have been accepting Google Wallet for a long time now.
Apple’s October 16th iPad announcement is all set to play host to possible Retina iMac and refreshed Mac mini unveils, with OS X Yosemite getting another outing before its release. Apple expected to cover Apple Pay in some capacity during the event, and if the mobile payment system is to go live just two days later. Stay tuned!