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.
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, Hotels.com, Domino's, and Zara.
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.