When is Apple Pay coming to your iPhone?
The company is reportedly working on a mobile payment app for the iPhone that would let you pay for goods and services with your fingerprint.
Apple is reportedly considering launching a mobile payments app that would allow users to pay for everything with a fingerprint, which would make it easier for consumers to pay.
Apple Pay was originally released as an iPhone-only feature in 2015, but Apple has since made its feature available to the iPhone and iPad with a wide range of features.
Apple launched its first Apple Pay card with Apple Pay on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus back in 2016.
Apple has also announced a new Apple Pay feature for the iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, and Apple Watch Series 2.
Apple has also unveiled a new iPhone app that allows you to pay with a number of different ways, including using your voice, using the Touch ID sensor on the phone, and using Apple Pay.
Apple’s next major mobile payment feature, however, is expected to arrive in the next few months, reports The Verge.
It is unclear how far ahead Apple will make a mobile application for Apple Pay, or how it will handle the fact that a significant portion of the iPhone ecosystem uses a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.