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Apple Pay in Europe at the end of the year, the Watch holds up in the shower

Tim Cook

This is in contrast to what was said earlier about its water resistance being more delicate and only accepting splashes.

Apple Pay in Europe at the end of the year, the Watch holds up in the showerApple Pay in Europe at the end of the year, the Watch holds up in the shower

Apparently Apple’s CEO has also specified that the S1 chip is completely wrapped in resin , which is what would allow it to get wet without any problems. He takes it everywhere but he does load it every night. Seeing how the new Pebble Time holds up for a week, I’m afraid that the Apple Watch will not escape from the usual controversy.

During the visit to Germany, Tim also took the opportunity to visit the offices of the Bild tabloid:

Apple Pay won’t arrive until the end of the year in Europe, and that might not include Spain in a staggered launch

Another interesting fact that has been heard from Tim’s mouth towards his employees is that Apple Pay could arrive in Europe by the end of this year , which would imply a very late launch compared to other countries. However, several months after its appearance in the United States, we have yet to see this new payment platform leave the country.

We emphasize: this is not an official statement to be taken literally , but something that Tim Cook has been heard to comment on while talking to some of his workers. The official will come in a press release, or in the keynote that Apple decides to hold to give the final details of its clock. If it is celebrated, of course.

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