Apple to Expand Apple Pay to Poland, Norway and Ukraine This Year, Says Tim Cook
During yesterday’s earnings call for Q2 2018, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is planning to expand its Apple Pay digital payments service to Poland, Norway, and Ukraine.
According to MacRumors, Apple plans to bring its Apple Pay digital payments system to more countries in the future, including Poland, Norway, and Ukraine. However, Apple did not offer a specific launch date for this upcoming expansion, but it said that it’s coming “in the next several months.”
Tim Cook confirmed that Apple Pay is doing tremendously well and continues to grow every month as Apple also tries to sign new banks and credit unions across the United States and several other countries where its digital payments service is currently supported. Apple Pay set a new all-time quarterly revenue record in Q2 2018.