Google Wallet has certainly matured in the recent months, where you can say that a slew of new users have jumped aboard the Google Wallet bandwagon, mostly courtesy of the Nexus 7 tablet’s release. Word on the street has it that Google is preparing to introduce even more big changes this time around by teasing users with a spanking new version of Google Wallet. It does seem as though the main Wallet page did advertise the looming of a new version, where it will also provide a link to a signup page for you to throw in a request for an invitation to the new Wallet if you are interested.
It does seem as though Google Wallet will soon be able to support the iPhone as well as other non-Android powered hardware, begging the question whether the new Google Wallet will shift its focus elsewhere instead of NFC. Perhaps QR codes and cameras might be candidates in the running? All in all, we will just have to sit back and wait to see just what will come out of it.
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