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Rumor: Apple gets smart watch NFC for mobile payments
New rumors suggest that Apple are bringing smart watch is planning to build. NFC functionality This would have to be used to make payments. Using the smart watch possible There would also be two versions come with two OLED screens.
According to The Wall Street Journal, which is known to have sources at Apple, the long-awaited smart watch should support given for the execution of payments to purchase products and services. That would work with the short-range technology, NFC, which is now used in smartphones. Mainly The presence of NFC in the smart watch also probably means that new iPhones will have here about something, incidentally several previous rumors already in being .
The Apple smart users can watch according to the sources of The Wall Street Journal make purchases with linked credit cards whose details are stored in iTunes. The payment function is consistent with earlier rumors that appeared on a payment from Apple. The service would be established. Supporting Mastercard, Visa and American Express The service must be a competitor to Google Wallet and payments via the iPhone, and presumably make Apple’s smart watch, possible.
The Wall Street Journal says that the Apple smart watch is available in two sizes. Both variants are equipped with an OLED screen and the usual features, such as tracking fitness and health data would be present. Earlier rumors pointed out that Apple is considering asking $ 400 for his smart watch but there are also cheaper versions to come. What further differences between the models, their dimensions, is still unclear.
Presumably Announces Apple on September 9, two new iPhones, just as the new smart watch. However, the Apple-watch is probably only available sometime next year, although it is plausible that there is begun accepting pre-orders earlier.Viewing:-113
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