Arriving Tomorrow, Brazil To Become The First Latin American Country That Supports Apple Pay

Appleosophy|Arriving Tomorrow, Brazil To Become The First Latin American Country That Supports Apple Pay
Appleosophy|Arriving Tomorrow, Brazil To Become The First Latin American Country That Supports Apple Pay
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Ever since Apple launched its own mobile payment service couple years ago, more and more countries are now support the feature, and now according to an App Store story, it appears that the Apple Pay will be available for Brazil starting tomorrow, as they shows a list of over a dozen apps that will work with it.

Appleosophy|Arriving Tomorrow, Brazil To Become The First Latin American Country That Supports Apple Pay

For those people who don’t know about Apple Pay, you can making payments in apps, retail stores, and websites from your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch devices. The mobile payment system is very similar to contactless payments already used in many countries, and you need to verify via Touch ID, Face ID, or Passcode to purchase goods.

Brazil marks the first South American country with Apple Pay support. At the same time, the highly-anticipated mobile payment method also available in Australia. Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Japan, Jersey, New Zealand. Russia, San Marino, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, UK, USA, and Vatican City
Appleosophy|Arriving Tomorrow, Brazil To Become The First Latin American Country That Supports Apple Pay
Author: Jing Moreno

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