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Spending all your money has never looked so good

01
May
2014

Nothing has been made official at this point, but it’s pretty clear that Apple is working on a mobile payment product. Chief executive Tim Cook touts the hundreds of millions of credit cards Apple has on file in iTunes accounts every chance he gets, and the obvious inference is that the people linked to these accounts will be potential Apple payment system users beginning on day one. Touch ID on the iPhone 5s is another piece of the puzzle, as it will likely provide secure authentication for iPhone payments. Well, somewhat secure, at least. We have discussed Apple’s seemingly imminent mobile payments product here on BGR a number of times, but one thing we have never done is imagine what the product

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