According to some recent pieces of information, the Cupertino-based tech firm Apple is expanding the reach of its Apple Pay Later service. Originally, the service was introduced about a year and five months ago, and now it is expanding to more users. The company is giving access to a few users from the Apple Wallet app, while other users will be given access from the company’s website homepage.
What is the Apple Pay Later service?
As the name indicates, the service permits users to make a purchase of an Apple product and pay later. Interestingly, the service has no interest fee. The service was only accessible to a few users in the US over the past few months. As of now, the company is ready to roll out the new service on a mass scale. Let us uncover a few details about this service.
Apple Pay Later will be available to more users in the US
Apple Pay Later is definitely a useful service that can benefit individuals dealing with tight financial situations. However, before users get their hands on this service, a few things must be considered. Notably, the company allows users to purchase products that lie within the price range of $75 to $1000. Well, this is not a bad option however, the service is only limited to iPhones and iPads at the moment. The company might add more products to Apple Pay Later in the future.
In addition to this, users are required to make purchases at stores authorized by the company, including the company’s official website and physical stores across the US. Furthermore, it can be accessed through Apple Wallet as a payment option.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.