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  • Apple focuses on digital payment tech
  • Apple focuses on digital payment tech
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Apple focuses on digital payment tech

With the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch, the death of the physical credit card could be closer than ever before. Making its first foray into digital payments and wearable tech, Apple hopes to streamline the process of buying anything, anywhere with its new products.



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