By now, you’ve probably heard the news: Apple Pay will launch in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Singapore, Malaysia, and China on March 3.
The iPhone X will also launch in March.
In Australia, Apple Pay is expected to launch with a minimum of 1 million cards, with a maximum of 20 million cards.
For the most part, the iPhone and iPad will remain the only devices to support the Apple Pay payment method.
The rest of the Apple ecosystem, however, will add support for Apple Pay.
The Apple Pay mobile payment method will work with any major credit or debit card, including Apple Pay credit cards.
Apple Pay cards will not be accepted on all Apple products.
If you have an Apple Watch, you won’t be able to use the Apple Watch app to pay for things like a car or an Apple TV.
Apple Pay will also not be compatible with Apple Pay on the iPhone 8 or iPhone X.
Apple announced its latest iPhones in September, and it seems like it’s coming to a close.
The company released iOS 10.3, the third update to the operating system since it launched in July, and the first since iOS 10 in December.
The iPhone X is the company’s newest and fastest-selling iPhone.
Apple has said that the iPhone’s 5.5-inch screen will be able fit in your pocket for “one-handed use” thanks to its OLED display.
The company also said that Apple Pay in-store will be faster than with the iPhone.
In other words, it will work just as well on the street as it does in your wallet.
In addition to being able to pay at stores, Apple also added Apple Pay to its website, and announced that it’s partnering with Google to bring Apple Pay apps to its Google Wallet mobile app.