Apple Pay now available in Germany

Apple Pay is one of the most popular mobile payment services on the market. Apple has been expanding its payment service to more markets in recent years. Last month, Apple Pay launched in Belgium after months of rumors and speculation, allowing users to make payments using their iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. Apple is expected to bring its mobile payment service to more countries by the end of the year. In June, Apple said that Apple Pay would launch in Germany this fall, but it was nowhere to be found. Sources say that Apple has been in talks with local institutions and banks so they will accept Apple Pay.

According to reports, Apple Pay is now available in Germany as a lot of banks are allowing their customers to add their credit card details to Apple Pay for online or in-store payments. However, Apple has not made an official announcement yet, as the official page for Apple Pay in Germany has listed the option as Coming Soon. Tech experts claim that Apple will announce its mobile payment service in Germany later this week. And the service is not ready in the country. Reports say that Comdirect and N26 are among the first banks that support Apple Pay in Germany, with more to come in the coming months.

Apple Pay is now available in more than 30 markets, meaning that there are still a lot of markets to reach next year. The Cupertino firm is expected to bring Apple Pay to Saudi Arabia this month, but the exact date remains unclear. Sources say that Apple will bring Apple Pay to more Asian markets where Samsung Pay now dominate.

In reality, Apple’s payment service is now available in 6 Asian countries and Apple is expecting to see more customers on the continent. Sources also claim that Apple Pay will soon come to South Korea, as Apple is believed to be in talks with local authorities. In reality, the Asian market is showing a lot of potential as many big names are shifting their focus on Asia to drive more profit. Apple now has its own iPhone manufacturing facilities in China and India.

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