The US, UK, and other countries have already begun phasing out their existing systems, but there’s no indication when these changes will take effect.
That means it’s likely that the new systems won’t be rolled out until later this year.
Ars Technic, the US-based tech news site, has learned that the systems will no longer support Apple Pay.
Ars wrote that this announcement comes after Apple’s latest security fix for the system, which allows users to send money via SMS instead of QR codes, is now rolling out.
Ars reported earlier this month that the Apple Pay security update, which was released in November, had been patched by December, which is why Apple was announcing its new payment system this week.
Ars noted that Apple was also moving toward making payments in the new « Smart Lock » feature of the new devices.
But as Ars reported last week, Apple Pay users will still have to go through an app called « Mastercard » to make payments, which means there will be no option to pay with the new payment method in the future.
Apple Pay, however, was able to successfully secure millions of payments via Mastercard, which has since switched to using NFC, the same technology used in Apple Watch and iOS devices.
Apple Watch users will also have the option of making payments via NFC.
Apple has not confirmed this move, and it is unclear when this will take place.
This new system, however; will only support NFC in the US, which makes it much easier to support Apple’s payment system.
There are other changes in store for Apple Pay as well, according to Ars.
According to the Ars article, Apple will no be allowing Apple Pay to be used as a way to pay for apps that require Apple Pay hardware.
Instead, users will have to use a third-party app, which will be called « Pay with Apple Pay, » or a « Payment with Apple Watch. »
The Ars article also noted that a new version of Apple Pay will not be available for use in the UK and Australia.
This will be a huge change for Apple, as it has no physical stores in these countries.
Apple announced earlier this week that it was moving to using its payment system in the United Kingdom and Australia, which may have an impact on Apple Pay’s global rollout.
Apple, however has said it plans to continue using the same payment method for its payment services in these markets, which might also mean that payments from the UK will be more difficult to use.
Apple recently confirmed to Business Insider that Apple Pay payments will continue to work for UK and Australian customers.
The UK has been one of Apple’s most popular markets for its Pay service.
But Apple Pay is already the most popular payment method across the globe, according an analysis from market researcher IDC.
Apple is now moving toward becoming more of a universal payment method, which could mean that customers will have a harder time using Apple Pay outside of the United States.
Apple also confirmed to Ars that the system is now accepting payments for iPhones, as well.