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An internal memo sent to McDonald’s franchises this week indicates that the fast food chain is preparing to roll out a mobile payment platform on September 15th. 174 more words

Tech Industry

Apple reportedly discussing mobile payment partnership with Nordstrom

Apple is reportedly in talks with department store Nordstrom to join as a partner for the company’s mobile payment system, as noted by Bank Innovation… 233 more words

IOS Devices

Analyzing the potential benefit of an Apple payment ecosystem

“Over the past few weeks, more and more ‘sources’ have claimed that Apple is going to introduce a mobile payment feature with its new iPhone 6 during its event on September 9th,” Jonathan Fishman writes for Seeking Alpha. 371 more words

Apple

Apple stock at least 6% upside from mobile payments, potentially much more

Bloomberg reported yesterday that Apple would turn the iPhone 6 (to be unveiled on September 9) into a mobile wallet through a partnership with major payment networks, banks and retailers and that this mobile payment platform would be powered by a NFC (near-field communication) chip,” AtonRâ Partners writes for Seeking Alpha. 520 more words

Apple

Analyst: 64GB iPhone 6 may get sapphire screen as test

“The much-rumored sapphire screen could pop up on the iPhone 6 after all, but only on the 64GB model,” Lance Whitney reports for CNET. “At least that’s the latest speculation from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.” 168 more words

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Apple zal mobiel betalen doen doorbreken

Mobiel betalen is allicht een van de belangrijkste ontwikkelingen van de laatste decennia in de retail en voor de financiële sector. De ontwikkeling ervan is echter een zeer verwarrend gebeuren. 376 more words

Mobile Banking

iWallet: Apple teaming up with Amex, Visa, MasterCard on iPhone payments

“Apple Inc. plans to turn its next iPhone into a mobile wallet through a partnership with major payment networks, banks and retailers, according a person familiar with the situation,” Matt Townsend reports for Bloomberg. 330 more words

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