Apple officially launches Apple Pay in China – 9 to 5 Mac

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Apple officially launches Apple Pay in China

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After a variety of reports in recent months concerning Apple’s preparations to launch its Apple Pay payments program in China, the business today announced the program is now readily available to customers in the country.

The announcement comes via Apple’s news site for developers and notes that apps and products in the country can easily now accept the Apple Pay payments program utilizing sustained credit and debit cards. 

Apple first announced spine in December of last year that it was partnering along with China UnionPay to delivering Apple Pay to users in China sometime in 2016. Today it announced they can easily now start utilizing the program to spend for products and programs within apps utilizing the two China UnionPay credit and debit cards:

You can easily now assist Apple spend for your customers in China, supplying an easy, secure, and personal means for them to pay utilizing their China UnionPay credit and debit cards. Apple Pay lets users purchase bodily products and programs within your app free of having to enter repayment or contact information.

CEO Tim Prepare has actually been vocal concerning growth in China consisting of strategies for Apple Pay, just recently noting that he “quite much” preferred to launch the platform there and that he is “very bullish” on the subject of its prospects in the country.

Yesterday we noted that the China launch was rumored for this week as Apple additionally apparently eyes a launch for France this year. Today’s launch includes China to the list of sustained Apple Pay nations alongside the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia.

Earlier today Apple included one more 40 banks and credit unions to its list of officially sustained institutions for Apple Pay in the US.


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