Apple Pay has officially launched in 13 different countries which includes Portugal, Greece, Slovakia, Romania, etc. It is a digital wallet as well as a mobile payment app created by Apple Inc.
What is Apple Pay?
— NAB (@NAB) April 11, 2018
Apple Pay is a digital wallet that allows users to make payments on the web as well as in the iOS apps. Moreover, it is fully supported on Apple Watch, iPhone, iPad and Mac. Plus, it is a safe mode of transaction that can easily replace debit or credit card chip and PIN transaction.
— Cedric Esser (@cpe90) June 18, 2019
Apple Pay has become an easy way for Slovakian users. Now, they can fill cards onto their Apple Wallet from Edenred, Slovenska sporitelna, Boon, J&T Banka, N26, Monese, Revolut, mBank and Tatra banka.
— Dragos Tiocan (@DragosTiocan) June 26, 2019
Apple Pay’s expansion in other countries
Recently, Apple users from various countries are posting screenshots of the Apple Pay app on their social media accounts. Now, the app also has expanded in numerous bank cards in Croatia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Liechtenstein, Latvia, Malta, Lithuania, Slovenia and many more.
Last year, Apple Pay launched its services in Europe, Kazakhstan, Norway, Belgium, Iceland, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic, and Austria.
— Nikola Balov (@nixanbal) June 26, 2019
With the help of this app, iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, XS, XR, SE users can easily make payment. The customers can use an NFC chip developed into their iPhones to make transactions.
In March 2019, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that by the end of 2019, Apple Pay would be accessible in more than forty countries and regions.