Apple Pay will soon be available in over 20 countries around the world.
The payment system will be made available to all Apple devices, starting with the iPhone 5s and iPad Air 2, and will also be supported on Macs, Apple TV, and Apple Watch.
Apple is making the Apple Pay app available for download to iOS devices and Apple Pay cards, and the company is also adding new features to Apple Pay in order to improve the experience for consumers.
Apple Pay is designed to be a way for consumers to make purchases in shops, restaurants, and other places where credit and debit cards are accepted.
It is intended to allow shoppers to make transactions without having to enter their full payment information.
Apple said the first Apple Pay retailers and merchants will begin accepting the payment system in the United States in July.
Apple’s announcement came shortly after Visa and Mastercard released their own Apple Pay card applications.
Apple, which has also introduced Apple Pay into over 70 countries, has been criticized for the implementation of Apple Pay, which it said it has made available on iPhones for the first time in the US.
Apple announced in September that it was partnering with the National Retail Federation, a trade association, to bring Apple Pay to the US by the end of the year.
Apple also announced that it will continue to support the iPhone and iPad for several years after Apple Pay has been implemented in the market.
The company has also said that the first devices to be available with Apple Pay are expected to be the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple has also announced the first mass-market devices with Apple Watch, which will be available for purchase on October 25.
The iPhone 6 will be released on October 26 and the iPhone SE on October 27.