Posted November 09, 2019 17:10:34 Apple Pay is coming soon to your iPhone.
The company is bringing support for the payments service to the iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone XR, Apple said in a blog post.
The update will roll out to iPhone Xs, iPhone S, and later models starting November 15.
The feature is expected to roll out over the next few weeks, according to Apple.
The iOS 10 update includes a few minor changes to Apple Pay and lets users add credit and debit cards.
It’s expected to introduce a new feature that lets customers pay for purchases with other people’s Apple Pay cards without ever opening their Apple Wallet.
Apple Pay’s new feature is only available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
However, the iPhone and iPad versions of Apple Pay will work with Apple Pay, so you can add a credit card on your phone and use the feature on your Apple Watch or Apple Watch Series 2.
Apple says the feature will be supported on the phone in “select markets and countries” by the end of the month.
Apple is not saying how many devices will receive support.
Apple did not provide details on the feature, or when the feature might roll out.
The company’s other payments app, Apple Pay Plus, will not be updated for the iPhone.
It will remain available on iOS 10 and later devices.