Apple Pay, the company’s payment app that lets customers pay for online purchases and services using their iPhone, is finally launching in India on August 1.
The app will initially offer only a few payment options, including VISA and MasterCard, but it will be expanded to a broader array of credit cards over the coming weeks.
The app will also be able, for the first time, to accept payment with mobile phones, tablets, and smartwatches.
The move to launch the service in India is part of Apple’s wider push to expand its presence in the country.
In the past, Apple has also introduced a number of payment options that it says cater to a range of needs.
But this is the first attempt at a truly global payment option.
Read moreApple Pay, which will work across the entire country of India, will launch with two payment methods: a credit and debit card.
Apple Pay users will be prompted to enter their Aadhaar numbers for their credit card when they register.
A credit card will be used to make payments, while a debit card will only be used for purchasing goods and other transactions.
Apple says that by adding a third option, it is also providing a solution for merchants.
The company will provide a range, from a low-cost 3% cashback card to an 8.75% cash back credit card, Apple says.
Apple is also adding a range that includes “Apple Pay Mastercard,” which is “designed to provide merchants the ability to charge customers for goods or services with their cards, without having to create separate payment options for each transaction.”
Apple Pay is also the first app to allow payments via mobile devices in India.
It will only work for merchants who have an Apple Pay account, Apple explained, so Apple Pay won’t work for everyone.
“The most important part of this feature is for merchants, so they have the ability and the flexibility to implement this new payment option.”
The new Apple Pay option will be available on a number or categories of cards, including cards issued by banks, insurance companies, and some large merchants.
Apple has already introduced a range in India for banks, but Apple Pay is the only one that can accept credit cards, so the company has set its sights on a wider range of credit card issuers.
Apple Pay will work with Apple Pay Mastercards, which are designed to provide businesses the ability, the flexibility, and the ability of accepting payment from Apple Pay customers.
The Apple Pay app will provide merchants with a range for accepting Apple Pay transactions, with Apple saying that merchants can add Apple Pay cards to their Apple Pay portfolio.
“The Apple Pay card and the Apple Pay payment app will work on both debit and credit cards.
Both Apple Pay and Apple Pay will be compatible with Visa and Mastercard cards,” Apple explained.
“We’re excited to launch Apple Pay in India, and we look forward to working with our merchants to help them provide a more seamless experience.”
Apple has been offering its Apple Pay payments option for some time now, but the app has yet to be integrated into any of the major retail chains in the US and Europe.
But now that it is finally available, it will give Apple a better shot at getting Apple Pay into more stores.
Apple also says that merchants will be offered access to a “new Apple Pay checkout feature,” which will allow merchants to make payment using the app’s existing app.
Apple said that merchants using Apple Pay can now tap into their customers’ Apple Pay accounts, which allows them to quickly and easily pay for purchases.