Apple can start Money Transfer Service: Read more

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According to a report, Apple can launch its debit cards for money transfer services. Apple will launch its new device iPhone 8 this year. New information and disclosures are coming out day by day. In such a situation where people are seen on the iPhone 8, there is another report related to Apple in the meantime. According to the report, internationally popular company Apple may soon be able to move into the field of Money Transfer Service.

Apple can start Money Transfer Service: Read moreAccording to a report, Apple is working on a money transfer service just like Venmo. It is being said that Apple is making its own debit cards. It was also reported in the report that under this service, iPhone users will be able to transfer money online to other iPhone users. It was also informed that this service can be launched next year. In other words, Apple is probably working on its own debit cards.

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However, this news related to Apple Money Transfer is not new. Earlier in the year 2015, Apple Money Transfer was heard. At the same time, after the news that was revealed, it can be estimated that the service will be used only for iPhone money transfer from the iPhone. It was also reported in the report that under this service, iPhone users will be able to transfer money online to other iPhone users. It has also been informed that this service can be launched next year.

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According to the report, Apple is considering making its own Visa Debit Cards, for which the company is negotiating with Visa. After that users will be able to transfer money immediately to the iPhone user using this new service. Along with that, the news is that the company also wants to expand its Apple Pay service.

If so, Apple’s new service will be available only for iPhone users. That’s why this is not useful for you unless you have an iPhone. This service will not be useful for Android users.