Apple Pay Announced

Posted: Sep 9 2014, 12:48pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 9 2014, 12:56pm CDT, in News | Apple

Apple Pay Announced

Apple Pay coming.

Apple announced a new way to pay called Apple Pay. Apple Pay works with your credit cards on file in iTunes. Apple Pay uses NFC, Touch ID and there is a security element chip in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Adding a new credit card works via the iSight camera. Very cool. Credit cards show up in Passbook.

McDonald's brings Apple Pay to its drive through. Of course Apple Pay will be available in Apple Stores. Disney also will add Apple Pay this year.

Apple Pay also works online. Apple launches with Target and Groupon. Uber will also support Apple Pay.

Apple Pay launches in October in the United States. It will be an update to iOS 8.

The 9.9.2014 Apple Event is underway in the Flint Center for Performing Arts in Cupertino. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6, iWatch and more.

Apple is offering a live online video streaming of iPhone 6 Event starting at 10am PDT

Check out our in-depth reports on the iPhone 6 Rumors, the iPad evolution and the complete iWatch story.
Find more Apple News and Rumors in our Apple News Hub and on our new real-time Apple news site Apple Balla. What will Apple release in 2014? Read all the latest Apple rumors to find out. Current hot Apple products talked about include the iWatch, iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6.

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