Apple Pay

Apple Pay Targets China As Its Biggest Market

Apple Pay is targeting China as its largest market. The mobile payment system was released Thursday and was hoping to convince retailers to use the system since there are hundred million users of Apple. A lot of banks will support Apple Pay including the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

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JPMorgan Chase to set up cardless ATMs that dispense different denominations

JPMorgan Chase is all set to revolutionize the concept of ATM cash withdrawals. The bank will introduce the new system in the form of e-ATMs which will basically render bank cards redundant. The machines will dispense cash via a simple mobile app, in different denominations like $1, $5, $20, and $100 bills. At the same time, Chase has increased the withdrawal limit by three times, at $3000.

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Apple Pay soon to enter China's grounds by February

Apple Pay is stealing consumer's loyalty in multiple countries. After the introduction of rival services Samsung Pay and Google's Android Pay, Apple Pay also considers the need to expand itself, especially to China which represents as significant business opportunity for mobile-payments systems.

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Apple is planning to enter peer-to-peer payment market

Apple is planning to make sure its iPhone users to continue using the company's latest payment service, Apple Wallet through the use of peer-to-peer payment service.

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Apple Store launched "Shopping category" for convenient e-commerce

Apple is continuously adding incredible features and apps for easy consumer use. It considered the needs of online shoppers to carry out an effortless and convenient process of buying.

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Gift Card Deals: Why are some mileage junkies going for gift cards

Numerous miles and points blogs would always mention the benefits of gift cards with some regularity. Moreover, most of travelers want to use gift earning credit cards so that they can earn miles and points for purchases.

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Starbucks expands Mobile Order & Pay Service in 7,500 cafes in U.S.

Starbucks Corp announced on September 22 that its successful Mobile Order & Pay service is now offered in all its almost 7,500 US shops. According to Reuters, this goal is achieved three months earlier than expected. Some additional 3,400 cafes will get the new online service. These cafes are located in notable cities such as San Francisco, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Boston.

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For a timely reservation, Apple Watch introduces the Airbnb app

Apple has released a new Apple Watch app that is centered around lightweight communication between hosts and guests. They can use it to get notifications and read and respond to messages. Hosts can also receive booking requests right from the watch as reported by

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Using Apple Pay for Tube journey in London? Ensure your battery doesn’t drain out

As Apple Pay is rolled out successfully in U.K., it is welcomed as a boon by several people in the country for making petite payments such as for tube travel, pound stores, confectionaries, and coffee shops

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Apple Watch OS 2 Is Coming, Users Soon to Get Faster and Smarter Apps

During the 2015 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the Apple Watch operating system will be going through an upgrade, fondly called the watchOS 2.

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Apple Pay lands in UK this July; Boasts of a solid lineup of participating brands and bank partners

We've seen the teaser at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) a few weeks back and now Apple Pay is set to launch in the UK on July 14. Apple Pay has confirmed 22 local partners, including Marks and Spencer, Starbucks, Dune London, Waitrose, the Post Office, and Transport for London (TfL). The partnership with TfL is especially anticipated to provide utmost convenience as it covers the Tube and an array of bus, trains, and tram lines. It also works with over 20 apps, including British Airways,, Domino's, and Zara.

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Apple to launch Apple Pay in Britain

The technology giant Apple is set to introduce its sophisticated mobile payment system- Apple Pay in Britain this summer, according to a report by Telegraph, citing industry sources.

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Apple muscles into streaming music market

Apple launched Apple Music on Monday, a $9.99-a-month streaming music service that may not differ dramatically from competitors but comes with Apple's deep music roots, global brand and hundreds of millions of iTunes customers.

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In 'year of Apple Pay', many top retailers remain skeptical

In a January earnings call with investors, Apple Inc (AAPL.O) Chief Executive Tim Cook made a confident prediction: "2015 will be the year of Apple Pay," he said.

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RBC CEO says tech firms pose threat, eyes start-up partnerships

Technology companies pose a competitive threat to established lenders, the head of Royal Bank of Canada said on Friday, adding he was keen to work with start-ups to improve the company's mobile offerings.

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