Forget having to deal with gift cards in order to add money to your iTunes account.
Reports suggest Apple could unveil its own mobile-payments system and an NFC-equipped iPhone 6 at its September 9 event. If so, how would an Apple iWallet actually play out?
Apple's rumored embrace of true mobile payments may finally shake up how we pay for goods and services after years of empty promises.
The new feature taps into Apple's Passbook app but is available only in Japan, at least for now.
The iPhone maker has long been expected to jump into mobile payments. Now a new report says that Apple's talks with payment industry players have "heated up."
Now available in the US and other countries, the new feature lets you add money to your iTunes account from any Apple retail store.
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.
That's a handy option, but Apple also needs to show more progress in the overarching area of mobile payments.
Updates to iOS and OS X are all but certain at Apple's developers conference, but will there be any surprises? CNET rounds up the latest rumors.