Apple Pay is only available in the US, although Apple is working on bringing the service to other countries.
We recently heard about Apple’s plans to bring Apple Pay to China and now there is the possibility of Apple Pay launching in Europe this summer.
Belgium bank KBC Bank recently confirmed to one of their customers on Twitter that Apple Pay may be available as a payment option this summer, although the company has now retracted its original statement.
With Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference taking place this month, we suspect that we may here more about the launch of Apple Pay in more countries at the event.
Either the Belgium bank got it wrong, or they confirmed something that they shouldn’t have with regards to the launch of Apple mobile payment system in Europe, as soon as we get some more information on when Apple intends to launch its mobile payment service outside of the US, we will let you guys know.
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