Apple today updated the list of officially supported Apple Pay banks and credit unions and Apple's mobile payment services added 30 new partners in the United States, Canada, Russia and Japan.
In November of this year, Apple added 40 Apple Pay-supported banks and credit cooperatives in the United States. Yesterday, Apple Pay Cash, a feature that allows users to make personal cash transfers via Siri and iMessage, was officially launched yesterday.
It is understood that the new support for Apple Pay banking institutions, 21 from the United States (including Southeast First Bank, HNB Bank, etc.) 4 from Canada (including Collabria Financial Services, Conexus Credit Cooperatives, etc.), 4 From Russia (including the National Standard Bank and Ural Bank, etc.), Japan's new banking institutions only UCS Bank this one.
As usual, Apple provides a complete list of Apple Pay support banks on its official website. Interested front-end friends can click here to view.
In October of this year, with the release of Apple Pay in Finland, Sweden, Denmark and the United Arab Emirates, Apple's mobile payment service has been launched in 20 countries. Jennifer Bailey, Apple's vice president, said recently that there are already more than 4,000 distribution agencies in the world supporting Apple Pay.
According to previous rumors, Apple Pay may also be launched soon in the Netherlands, Poland, Norway and Germany, but Apple has not confirmed Apple Pay will landed in these countries, did not provide a specific time.
Apple's Apple Pay service is available on models after the iPhone 6 series and on all Apple Watch. In addition to iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, and all iPad Pro models, these devices also support Apple Pay apps and web purchases.