According to Earlier reports, a number of banking institutions in the United States, China, Ireland, Italy and Russia have joined Apple Pay's support camp, while users of Starling Bank can also add Their debit card to Apple Pay.
Foreign industry TechCrunch reported today that Starling Bank claims to be the first bank in the UK to offer in-app configuration for Apple Pay. To add a bank card, the iPhone user must enter the bankcard management interface of the Starling Bank application and click "Add to Apple Wallet".
Starling Bank lacks physical entities and can only rely on iPhone and Android applications. However, due to the way Apple Pay works, cardholders can also be Apple Watch and other Apple devices to pay.
Considering that many UK companies are allowed to pay for non-contact payments, Apple Pay has received relatively good support in this country. It is essential that most sales terminals in the UK no longer set a limit of £ 30 for such transactions.
Since the launch of Apple Pay in the US market, this mobile payment service has been extended to Canada, France, Russia, Switzerland, UK, Australia, mainland China, Hong Kong, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, Spain, Ireland and China Taiwan Multiple countries and regions.