American Express was the first to launch Apple Pay in Australia back in 2015 and ANZ was the first of the big four banks. There are many more options available in 2019 if you are looking for Apple Pay.Read more “Which banks support Apple Pay in Australia?”
Apple held the “It’s show time” event at its headquarters and as expected unveiled a bunch of new services and no hardware (well except for a titanium credit card).Read more “Apple News+, Apple Arcade & Apple Card revealed”
We recommend ServiceM8 to help tradies and service businesses optimise their team and workflows.Read more “Job & Schedule Management for Trades & Services”
The Commonwealth Bank has finally announced that it will launch support for Apple Pay this month.Read more “CommBank & BankWest to support Apple Pay this month”
What is Face ID and is it any good?
Face ID replaces Apple's fingerprint tech (Touch ID) to unlock your iPhone and approve certain actions. It takes a little getting used to and you will find yourself going for the non-existent Touch ID button at first.