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October 24, 2014
Independent.co.uk reports experts think Apple’s new mobile payment service Apple Pay could revolutionise spending, but first it seems the company will have to sort out a few teething problems. Users in the US have reported getting charged multiple times during transactions and that the system – which is secured by the Touch ID biometric fingerprint sensor in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus – is often shaky in apps. Despite these hiccups experts are bullish about Apple Pay’s long-term prospects. Although many companies have been trying to introduce NFC (Near Field Communication) payments on Android smartphones, the general opinion is that only Apple has the clout with both consumers and companies to push the tech into the mainstream.RSS