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Apple Pay now accepted for iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud purchases in the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine, and the UAE (Joe Rossignol/MacRumors)

[2019-05-14 17:40:03]

Joe Rossignol / MacRumors: Apple Pay now accepted for iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud purchases in the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine, and the UAE  —  Apple Pay is now an accepted payment method for iTunes, App Store, and Apple Books purchases, as well as Apple Music …

Apple Pay now accepted for iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud purchases in the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine, and the UAE (Joe Rossignol/MacRumors)


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