Private documents belonging to one of the biggest retailers in the United Kingdom reveal that Apple Pay will be coming to UK stores on the 14th July.
9to5mac is reporting that Apple have confirmed the release date with a number of large retailers, including Waitrose, one of Britain’s largest supermarket chains.
The leaked memos reveal that Apple Pay will only be available for Apple customers that own an iPhone 6 or an Apple Watch. Customers will be limited to spending £20 through the NFC technology.
Last month Payment Eye reported that Apple Pay was set for a July launch in the United Kingdom. Retailers including Boots, BP, Costa Coffee, Marks & Spencer and McDonald’s are set to join Waitrose and become part of an “exclusive group of early adopters”.
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