Apple Pay has been available in the UK for a while though, although there are still some banks in the UK which have yet to support the service, one of those is Barclays.
At the end of last year, Barclays said that they would bring Apple Pay support to their customers in early 2016, now it would appear that their customers will have to wait until April to use the service.
One of their customers Oli Foster Burnell was told by the company that the service will be launching in the UK in April.
— Oli Foster-Burnell (@orfoster) January 25, 2016
The confirmation came in an email from Barclays CEO Ashok Vaswani, who said that it would be released between 60 and 75 days, this was on the 12th of January, which means it should launch in April at the latest.
Barclays has not revealed any information on why it is taking them so long to add in support for Apple Pay for their UK customers.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Technology News