While mobile payment solutions have been around for a while, it is safe to say that not many of them have seen the same fervent adoption compared to Apple Pay. Many banks and financial institutions have rushed to support the new service and according to a retailer, Apple Pay’s use is currently outpacing that of the competition.
This is why it doesn’t come as a complete surprise to learn that it is possible that Apple’s competitors are scrambling to launch their own payment services in a bid to compete with the company and get in on the action. A report from the Financial Times (via AppleInsider) has recently suggested that companies are looking to acquire payment services. Read full post →Apple Pay Has Competition Scrambling To Make Acquisitions Of Similar Services [Rumor]
In a surprising confirmation the other day, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed that the Apple Watch would begin shipping to customers in April. Previously the company had promised an early 2015 release, but apart from that they were a bit vague on a specific date, at least until now. That being said we’re sure many of you guys are curious about the device.
While the built-in features are plenty to be excited over, just like smartphones, having more apps would no doubt enhance the user experience which is why it doesn’t not come as a surprise that Apple is currently asking developers to have Apple Watch apps ready by mid-February. This is according to a source who tipped off the folks at MacRumors. Read full post →Apple Asking Developers For Apple Watch Compatible Apps To Be Ready By Mid-Feb