The Apple Pay service is slowly gaining its popularity as well as the partner list also seems to be increasing. It has been noted that last month there were over two dozen banks that had partnered with the service. Today, just in the United States there are 30 new credit unions and banks that are present in the list. The new banks which have joined the long list of credit unions and banks that is existing.
The updated list of credit unions and new banks that support Apple Pay service can be seen online. In Canada, the Apple Pay service came to Scotiabank, TX and BMO. With this it is also safe to say that big five banks of Canada is now part of the list. Even Jennifer Bailey, the VP of Apple also has been stating that the company is working on a rapid pace so that the Apple Pay service can reach out to various countries across Asia and Europe. Even in Singapore the full launch of the Apple Pay service along with five major banks supporting the service last month.
Apple Pay service works with the both iPad Prod models, the iPad 2, iPad mini 4, Apple Watch, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus and even iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. In the iPhone class of 4″ sized screen, the first model to avail the Apple Pay service is the IPhone SE. Setting up the Apple Pay service is very simple on the iPhone; all you have to do is go to the Wallet app that is present on your iOS9. On the top right hand corner, you will find a plus sign; you need to tap on that. You will be prompted with what has to be done. If you are using an Apple Watch and wish to set up the Apple Pay service, then under the Apple Pay and Wallet section, you will get the option to Add Debit and Credit Card section.