Apple Pay maksājumu sistēmai jauni izaicinājumi

Lai arī nesen prezentētā jaunā maksājumu sistēma Apple Pay, kā jau visas prezentācijas no Apple, bija lieliska, tomēr reālā pasaulē ne viss ir tik rožains kā to pasniedz Apple produktu prezentācijās.

Ir uzņēmumi kā, piemēram, Mcdonalds, kas izmanto šo maksājumu sistēmu, lai paustu atbalstu šai sistēmai un jaunajām tehnoloģijām, tomēr ir arī uzņēmumi, kas dara pavisam pretējo. Business Insider ir publicēts raksts, kurā ir visai skeptisks viedoklis par Apple Pay visai drīzu popularitāti tirgū.

From the beginning, Apple Pay was marketed as a way to replace your wallet. That might happen one day, but until it’s as ubiquitous as credit card terminals, you’re still going to need carry both your wallet stuffed with cards and cash along with your iPhone.

Meanwhile, there’s some evidence that retailers are blocking Apple Pay payments, even though they have the pads designed to accept it. On Saturday, we learned that Rite Aid and CVS seemed to be blocking Apple Pay. It sounds like both those stores have plans to roll out their own mobile payments system. The Wall Street Journal reported a few weeks ago that Best Buy doesn’t plan to accept Apple Pay for a similar reason.

Vēl viens raksts par tēmu ir iekš re/code ar līdzīgiem piedzīvojumiem.

At a McDonald’s drive-through, the cashier wasn’t sure what I meant when I asked to use Apple Pay to buy two hot fudge sundaes. I could see the NFC terminal right inside the window where he stood, and I even encouraged him to hold my phone up to it, but he refused. No one should have to hand over a phone, anyway; McDonald’s should have had an NFC reader ready for me to use. I pulled out my wallet and paid with a retro-feeling $5 bill.

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