Together with iOS 8.1 also comes as Apple Pay service at a time, at least in the USA. In other countries, Apple Pay is not initially be available, but this is likely to change in 2015. In the course of the next year we could at least expect a launch in Germany. When the time comes, will probably be directly in the savings bank board. At least they have expressed great interest in cooperation, as known by a message at the mirror. However, not all excited about the new payment service, such as Rüdiger Filbry, in his partner of consulting firm BCG. This is of the opinion that the banks would have to foreclose against offers of outside and should not work with Apple even more.
In the US, Apple has already secured the cooperation of many powerful partners to ensure the success of Apple can pay. Strategic partners in the US here include the credit card institutions MasterCard, Visa and American Express. Until it comes to the launch in Germany, the NFC chip in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus remains unused for the time being. For other applications can not access the chip so far.
The update to iOS 8.1 can be expected around 19 German clock time, but the crowd could be large, which can be expected at least with slower download speeds. Since the last major updates had been quite still some teething problems with it, it is possibly not so ill-advised to wait with the update a few days. What else is everything changes with iOS 8.1, clarifies our article from last week.
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