Diez días después, Apple Pay ya tiene más de la mitad de usuarios que Google Pay en Polonia
Tim Cook took advantage of the presentation of the financial results of the third fiscal quarter of 2018, to give an expected announcement related to the expansion of Apple Pay: the service will arrive in Germany at the end of 2018 . Although initially it was believed that this country would be one of the first to receive the service, the situation turned out to be the opposite, so today’s news is quite positive for the Germans.
At the moment Cupertino’s signature did not provide more details about the date when Apple Pay will be launched in Germany, but MacRumors assures that the platform could potentially arrive with the debut of iOS 12 next September.
In addition to confirming the arrival of the service in Germany, the apple company shared the figures that Apple Pay has reached in the third fiscal quarter of 2018. According to the information, in this period there were more than one billion transactions on the platform, triple the amount of the previous year, and growth accelerated since the March quarter.
In addition, Tim Cook said that in the third fiscal quarter of 2018 there were more Apple Pay transactions than Square transactions, and more mobile transactions than PayPal.
Apple’s CEO also said that Apple Pay will be launched in pharmacies and 7-11 convenience stores in the United States sometime in the remainder of 2018.