LONDON — We knew it was coming, and we now seem to have a date.
Apple’s payment service Apple Pay, which launched in the U.S. last year, was revealed to be coming to the UK at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) last month.
According to retail sources at 9to5mac, as well as an internal memo circulated at retailers Waitrose, the launch date looks set to be Tuesday, July 14.
See also: Everything you need to know about Apple Pay in the UK
The UK is the first territory to adopt Apple Pay outside the U.S. and it will see over 250,000 locations accepting the service, with a transaction cap of £20, which is believed to rise to £30 by the end of the year. Read more…
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