Apple Pay’s biggest addition to the US payment system will allow up to three currencies and five currencies for cards in the US.
This is a significant departure from how Apple Pay works in other countries.
The new payment system allows for up to four currencies and seven currencies for all credit cards, according to Apple, so a credit card will not be required to open an Apple Pay account.
The new system is also different from what we have seen from Apple Pay in other markets, including the US, where the only way to purchase goods and services is with a credit or debit card.
Apple Pay’s US integration is the biggest update for Apple Pay to date.
In the past, Apple Pay has supported the likes of Apple Watch, Macbooks, iPhones, iPods, and Apple TVs, but the company has not done this in a major way.
According to Apple’s FAQ, Apple plans to launch Apple Pay on March 24 in the UK, March 25 in Canada, March 26 in the U.S., and March 27 in the Netherlands.
In total, the company expects to offer a $100 iPhone 7 and $150 iPhone 7 Plus with Apple Pay, priced at $200 and $250 respectively.
Apple Pay will not work in stores or online.
For now, the only Apple Pay compatible accessories that will work are Apple Watch bands and Apple EarPods.
However, it seems like Apple may be working on adding more Apple Pay-compatible accessories over time.
We will be sure to let you know more about Apple Pay when the system is officially launched.