The ability to send recurring payments is currently available only with third-party apps. However, in iOS 17, Apple Pay joins them by adding this feature in the Messages app, and here's how to use it.
Apple Pay Cash
Investment bank Cowen forecasts that Apple's payment services, like Apple Pay, are well-positioned to take advantage of the growing fintech and retail markets.
Once you've tried Apple Pay, there is no chance you're going back, but there are so many options when setting it up the first time that it can be confusing. Here's how to set up Apple Pay, use it, and relish it.
After months of waiting, Apple Card has been launched and is potentially available to all iPhone users in the US. If it's right for you, Apple Card is going to change everything.
Apple Card is out now for a select few people, and it will be available for the rest of us later this month. Even before you get yours, though, we've got the important details of how to apply for it — and how you should or should not use it.
Sources say Apple Card is still on schedule to be released in the summer, only just keeping it within Apple's stated launch timeframe.
Apple is looking at bringing the Apple Card and Apple Pay Cash to Canada, expanding beyond the U.S., according to recent trademark filings.
Last week, Facebook announced Calibra, a subsidiary of the social network that will introduce a digital wallet for Libra, a new blockchain currency for use by anyone who can use Messenger and WhatsApp, even those without access to fundamental financial services. AppleInsider compares what Facebook's offering will provide with Apple Pay and its plethora of payment options.
Apple Card works just like any other Apple Pay account, but the software experience Apple is creating around it to enhance digital banking represents both a new Services venture and also an additional reason for users to keep buying hardware. That's why Apple is paying its customers to use it.