Apple Pay launched in Belarus today as the mobile payment service continues to expand across Eastern Europe. BPS Sberbank is the first bank in Belarus to roll out Apple Pay support for its Visa and Mastercard cards.
To set up a card with Apple Pay, open the Wallet app on a compatible iPhone and tap the plus button in the top-right corner. Once activated, Apple Pay can be used with an iPhone or Apple Watch to make purchases at stores that accept contactless payments, while many apps and websites also accept the service.
In related news, the Citymapper Pass transit card can now be added to the Wallet app for use with Apple Pay. The card provides unlimited public transportation across the subway, bus, and rail in London for a weekly price. Citymapper plans to expand the card to other cities around the world in the future.
Citymapper Pass now works with Apple Pay!#thinnerwallet pic.twitter.com/Uq9rhNVOKn — Citymapper (@Citymapper) November 19, 2019
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However, the London Underground is supported by Citymapper Pass...
So let’s do the same with x86 CPUs... ;)
This thread is now about Apple using their ARM CPUs in upcoming Macs.
I don’t understand why everyone doesn’t have Apple Pay, Samsung pay, and Google pay adopted by now.
We stopped shopping at Target until they added Apple Pay. We no longer shop at Ralph’s, instead using Sprouts, Target and Von’s. Over time, I expect that restaurants will begin to move to the European model with the server bringing a handheld checkout device to the table.