With cybersecurity threats showing no sign of slowing down, perhaps it is time to reconsider the way we pay. Enter Apple Pay , the tap-to-pay system that encrypts credit card data from retailers. Apple Pay is available on new iPhone 6 models with the . The payment system is limited to select stores and apps at launch, but it won't completely kill the wallet when there are retailers like Wal-Mart and Best Buy declining to participate.
While Apple removes the need for a physical card, other products like Plastc are adding new tech to the card itself. Watch CNET Update for a quick look at the latest evolution in payments, and also learn about and :and
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