The new Apple iPhone has reached 39.3 million sales, including nearly two weeks of sales for the new iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus. Are you getting on board?
A New Way to Pay is Here.
What is Apple Pay?
Apple has introduced a new way to make payments: Apple Pay. This feature allows iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners to spend money at participating brick and mortar stores simply by using their phones' fingerprint scanner and holding the phone to the register. Apple Pay sends payment information through radio waves. The message is transported from a chip inside the iPhone 6 to the register. NFC, Near Field Communication, is only available in the newest iPhones.
The payment is then taken directly from your credit or debit card - whatever you have set up with Apple.
Watch the video to learn more about this exciting new feature: Watch Here
Where Can I Use Apple Pay?
As of now, Apple Pay is only accepted at 23 online stores and 220,000 store locations, including chains like Macy's, Bloomingdales, McDonald's, Staples, Subway, and Whole Foods. So, it may be a while before you can leave your credit and debit cards at home.
Read more about the Apple Pay feature: Read Here
As a consumer, you are making a good choice by choosing Apple. According to money.cnn.com, Apple's overall sales rose 12.4% to $42.1 billion in its fiscal fourth quarter. That marked the largest growth in Apple's revenue in nearly two years, and it topped analysts' forecasts of $39.9 billion.
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Have a good weekend everyone!