Apple Pay is already used in stores, but its expected to become more widely accepted in stores soon, and that means you can use the payment system on a variety of items, including cash and credit cards.
Apple Pay will be compatible with Apple Pay and NFC, the company’s payments technology, which will allow customers to scan their credit or debit cards with their phone.
However, Apple Pay won’t work on credit cards, which means you’ll have to use a credit card reader to swipe your card.
Apple Pay will also work with Apple Watch and the upcoming Apple Watch Series 3.
However the company is still working on a secure protocol to support Apple Watch, which is the one most people are most likely to use, with the company not announcing any plans for a new payment system yet.
Apple Watch is expected to be released in late 2018 or early 2019.
In a statement, Apple said: “Apple Pay is a great addition to the payment experience.
While Apple Pay may work in some stores, it won’t always work, and there may be circumstances where it won: in some cases it may not work.
Apple’s payment team will continue to work with retailers and partners to ensure we’re making the best decisions possible to enable customers to use Apple Pay in stores.”
Apple has not announced when it will launch a new version of Apple Pay, and whether the new payment protocol will be fully compatible with the upcoming iPhone 8 or 8 Plus.
While Apple Pay has been widely used, many people have struggled to use the service because it can be confusing.
The new Apple Pay app was introduced in October 2016 and will allow users to buy, shop and pay with Apple cards and credit and debit cards, as well as Paypal and Apple Pay debit cards.
According to the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, there are about 40 million Americans who use ApplePay at least once a month.
More: The most popular cards that Apple Pay can be used on include Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and the new Apple Watch.