While there's not a lot new for Wallet & Apple Pay in iOS 16, there's a few tweaks and surprises - including Order Tracking
Originally announced at WWDC in June 2022, iOS 16 brings a few tweaks but not a lot of new features for folks outside the United States who use Apple Pay or Apple Wallet.
After being discovered in earlier iOS 15.5 beta versions, Apple has now rolled out adding your Apple Account card to users in the United States; keep track of your balance & spend in physical Apple Stores.
With more and more online stores accepting Apple Pay (like Billabong and Roses Only), use it to buy some Mother's Day gifts and save up to 25%.
It's that time of year - get 20% to 40% off at some of Australia's biggest fashion retailers when using Apple Pay until December 10
Today's email from Apple brings discounts between 20% and 30% at some of Australia's biggest fashion retailers when using Apple Pay until September 7 - a rare offer for Australians compared to Apple Pay offers in the US.
TriMet is the first transit provider to support Apple Wallet in North America with the 'Hop Fastpass', supporting concession fares, and longer term passes which aren't available with payment cards in Apple Pay.
NAB (or the National Australia Bank) has finally followed CommBank and introduced support for Apple Pay, along with their sister brand, UBank.