Apple Pay was rolled out yesterday, but not all banks offer the service yet.
ApplePay was launched to much fanfare on the 15th of July, finally ending the wait after months of speculation. The payment system is only available for iPhone 6 and Apple Watch users, as it relies on near-field technology (NFT), and is similar to existing contactless card payments. Once you connect your card to your phone or watch through the Passbook app, or by linking it to an existing...
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