Apple is expanding the type of credit cards included in Apple Pay and also allowing customers to add loyalty cards as it tries to expand the number of people using its digital wallet.
Even as Apple grapples with lower iPhone sales, its mobile payments service continues to make gains.
Forget having to deal with gift cards in order to add money to your iTunes account.
The new feature taps into Apple's Passbook app but is available only in Japan, at least for now.
The company's new Wallet app will let people store and manage tickets, coupons, boarding passes, and other items on their mobile devices.
The league will allow iOS users to get their paperless tickets and redeem them at 13 ballparks.
A patent published today describes Apple's concept for its Passbook app and the idea of using near-field communications to redeem digital coupons.
The deal hunting app now lets users send coupons directly to passbook from their app, instead of through the browser.
Virgin Atlantic is the first UK airline to be added to Apple's Passbook app, which your boarding pass on your iPhone or iPod touch.
Just what is Passbook, and why should people use it? Apple appears to be keen on explaining its kinda sorta digital wallet more clearly in the upcoming iOS 6.1.