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NYT details how Apple and the nation's top banks created Apple Pay in complete secrecy

Apple's effort to create a mobile payment system -- now known as Apple Pay -- truly began to pick up steam during the Summer 2013, according to the New York Times which yesterday published a fascinating account of the service's development over the last 12 months. While many mobile payment...

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Tim Cook: iPhone 6 to usher in "the mother of all upgrades"

Though much of the focus this week is understandably centered on Apple's new Watch, the two new iPhone 6 models Apple introduced this past Tuesday are more than noteworthy in their own right. Aside from the obvious change in design -- bigger screens -- Apple added a whole lot of interesting...

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iPhone 6 launch in China delayed pending regulatory approval

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will hit store shelves in 10 countries around the world come September 19. Notably, and surprisingly, China won't be one of them. According to a recent piece in the New York Times, Apple's new iPhone models for some reason haven't yet received regulatory approval...

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Samsung ads attack Apple's Watch, iPhone 6, live stream blunder

Well you've got to give props to Samsung, if only for being quick to the punch. Barely a day after Apple's iPhone and Watch media event, Samsung Mobile began posting a series of web ads mocking Apple's recent product announcements from all angles. The entire series is called "It Doesn't Take a...

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More Apple Watch details emerge regarding battery life, Apple Pay, Wi-Fi and more

Tim Cook and co. zoomed through Tuesday's iPhone announcements with unprecedented speed, with nary a mention of sales figures and mobile OS adoption rates. After all, they were understandably all too eager to get to the main event of the evening -- the Apple Watch. Apple is championing its new...

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Chase begins touting benefits of Apple Pay to its customer base

With Apple Pay scheduled to roll out sometime this October, The Loop directs us to the fact that JPMorgan Chase has begun touting the benefits of Apple Pay to its broad customer base. JPMorgan Chase put out a mass mailing this morning trumpeting their newly announced Apple Pay partnership The...

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Hands-on first impressions of Apple Pay -- "remarkably smooth"

Though not as sexy as new iPhones or Apple's newfangled Watch, Apple's foray into the world of mobile payments with Apple Pay has the potential to be a real game changer. If Apple Pay catches on, Tim Cook's statement that the platform will "forever change the way we buy things" will prove to be...

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A theory as to why Apple's live video stream was a complete bust

Apple's media event offered no shortage of exciting announcements, but folks hoping to catch the product unveilings live as they happened via Apple's very own livestream were left sorely disappointed. To be blunt, Apple's effort to livestream yesterday's event was a complete bust from every...

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Apple will reportedly receive a small percentage from each Apple Pay transaction

Apple yesterday introduced a new mobile payment platform dubbed Apple Pay that will enable iPhone 6 users to seamlessly pay for goods and services without having to take out a credit card. Instead, a simple and subtle wave of one's iPhone next to a payment reader will do the trick. While Apple...

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Tim Cook: Work on the Apple Watch began after Steve Jobs died

In a short video interview ABC News anchor David Muir conducted with Tim Cook following today's Apple Watch announcement, the Apple CEO talked a bit about the impact Steve Jobs had on him and Apple at large. Echoing a statement he's made on a number of previous occasions, Cook explained that Apple...

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