The big Apple news this week centres around the rollout of Apple Pay across the UK. Here's your handy guide to what you missed last week from Apple.
Apple Pay arrived in the UK on 14 July, allowing iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch users to take advantage of Apple's take on contactless and mobile payments. While several major banks and credit card providers are already supporting Apple Pay, there are notable names missing including Barclays and Lloyds.
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HSBC and Barclays customers who are keen to use Apple Pay had good news this week. Post-launch, HSBC confirmed it will support the mobile payments system from 28 July.
HSBC was due to be in the first batch of banks supporting Apple Pay when it went live on 14 July. However, the bank was not ready in time to offer support.
Since Apple Pay went live in the UK, Barclays has also announced that it will let customers use the system at some point. This is a change of heart from the bank that previously failed to confirm support for the rival Apple payment system.
Apple Pay launched in the UK on 14 July, and we've been trying out the mobile payment system to see how easy it is to use, and whether it really has the ability to be a game-changer in our move towards a cashless society.
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