Rumor: Apple to pay possible with iPhone




Apple, according to an American newspaper business plan to facilitate mobile payments. In the real world Customers could then deal with their iPhone. Competitor Google has been offering such a service.

Apple logo Apple has officially brought nothing about plans to support mobile payments outside, but anonymous sources have revealed to you the plans across the business newspaper The Wall Street Journal. Who often knows first newspaper to report on Apple’s future plans. The payment service could be integrated with iTunes, which Apple already has stored. Many paying customer data

The company from Cupertino would make calls on the introduction of a mobile payment service and an important managerial have put on the project. What concrete plans are unclear. In 2012, the WSJ already reported that Apple wanted to offer mobile payments. At the time the plans were put because Apple was afraid that bad experience with a retailer could be traced. On Apple in the refrigerator

With the support of mobile payments would compete with Apple include PayPal and Square, a company founded by one of the creators of Twitter, but also with Google. Unlike most high-end Android phones iPhones have no nfc, which is used for mobile payments. Include Google However, the iPhone supports iBeacons on board, which works via Bluetooth low energy.


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