Not market dominant, so it escapes for now
EU regulators looked into Apple’s mobile payment service and found it was not market dominant, but they could review it again if they receive formal complaints, Europe’s antitrust chief said.
"Intransigent, closed and controlling" and not fair dinkum
Three Australian banks have moaned to the country’s anti-trust watch dingo that the Apple Pay service is not fair dinkum.
We'd much rather have cash
It looks like the rush by Apple and Samsung to create digital wallets has been pretty much useless.
On Apple’s home turf with a cheaper easier product
Smartphone leader Samsung is taking its eBanking product to the home turf of its rival Apple.
We told you so
While the Tame Apple Press claimed that Apple’s moves into the finance world with its Apple Pay service would be “game-changing” “super” and “great” we had grave doubts it would make much impact – it looks like we were right.
Expected to buy 2-300 million of them
Chinese smartphone vendors will ship an estimated 200-300 smartphones featuring fingerprint-recognizing functions this year.
Maybe next year
Barclays’ Bank is not signing up for Apple pay at least until next year.
Mind the Gap in expectations
The launch of Apple Pay in the UK has been a complete disaster, the software does not work, the system charges you double, and some leading banks do not support it yet.
Apple is having a huge problem getting its Apple Pay off the ground in the US, so now it is having a crack at the UK.